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Maynooth University Department of Law has announced the appointment of Dr Yağmur Hortoğlu as an assistant professor in private law. Dr Hortoğlu's research focuses primarily on arbitration law and private international law, while she also retains a keen interest in the interaction between law and

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Maynooth University Department of Law has announced the appointment of Dr Joe Garrihy as an assistant professor in criminology. Dr Garrihy previously held lectureships at Birmingham City University and the University of Winchester in the UK and at Maynooth.

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Migration and human rights expert Dr Clíodhna Murphy has been promoted to associate professor at Maynooth University Department of Law. Dr Murphy joined the university in 2014, having previously lectured at Dublin City University and held a post-doctoral fellowship at University College Cork.

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Legal academic Dr Bríd Ní Ghráinne has provided research to the UN Secretary-General’s High Level Panel on Internal Displacement. Dr Ní Ghráinne, recently appointed as assistant professor of international justice at Maynooth University Department of Law, is a

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The law schools at Trinity College Dublin and Maynooth University have been recognised for their commitment to advance gender equality for students and staff. Both schools have attained the Athena SWAN Bronze Award from Advance HE, which has never before been awarded to a law school in the State.

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Dr Lauren Kierans, a qualified barrister and expert in whistleblowing law, has joined Maynooth University as a law lecturer. Dr Kierans, whose monograph Whistleblowing and the Protected Disclosures Act in Ireland: Law Rights and Policy will be published early next year by Clarus Press, will commence

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Dr Bríd Ní Ghráinne has joined Maynooth University as assistant professor in international justice. An expert in public international law, particularly in the areas of forced migration and human rights, she will teach international human rights law and international humanitarian

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Dr Mary Dobbs has joined Maynooth University as a lecturer in equity, trusts and environmental matters. She previously worked as a senior lecturer at Queen's University Belfast, where she specialised in environmental law and governance, agriculture and genetically modified crops, particularly in the

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EU law expert Professor Tobias Lock of Maynooth University Department of Law has been awarded a Jean Monnet Chair in EU law and fundamental rights. Jean Monnet Chairs, awarded through the EU's Erasmus+ programme, are teaching posts with a specialisation in EU studies for university professors.

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An international exchange student from Spain has won the Walls and Toomey Solicitors Family Law Prize for the highest annual mark in family law at Maynooth University Department of Law. Beatriz Jimena Tamayo Velasco, from the Universidad de Valladolid, attained first place in a class of over 225 fam

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Maynooth University has appointed Dr Avril Brandon and Dr Cian Ó Concubhair as assistant professors in the Department of Law. Dr Brandon, who joined the university in September, has been promoted to assistant professor of criminology, while Dr Ó Concubhair has joined the department as

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A new podcast has been launched by Maynooth University Department of Law to highlight what working in the criminology and legal fields is like. Dr Avril Brandon, lecturer and assistant professor of criminology, is hosting the new podcast, which will be released on a weekly basis via SoundCloud.

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Maynooth University has announced the promotion of Delia Ferri to professor in the Department of Law. Professor Ferri, previously a lecturer, was promoted "in recognition of her significant leadership role in securing prestigious research grants and in her contribution to teaching, engagement and re

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Law students at Queen's University Belfast have been named winners of the 2019/20 Philpot Curran Moot Court Competition. Yi Kang Choo and Shazana Binti Husaini bested six other university law school teams in the annual competition hosted by Maynooth University Law Society.

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