Maynooth University Law Department has announced the appointment of Dr Ollie Bartlett from the University of Liverpool, who is taking up a lectureship in law. Dr Bartlett joined Liverpool as a law lecturer in 2015 and later became deputy director of the Law and Non-Communicable Diseases Unit there.
A summer school exploring the interplay between economic freedoms and human rights within the European Union was held at Maynooth University last month.
Maynooth University Department of Law has welcomed the appointment of its newest lecturer Dr Amina Adanan. Dr Adanan has been working in the Department since 2017, where she has lectured in International Human Rights Law on the LLM programmes, and Land Law, and Constitutional Law, on the undergradua
Claire Hamilton Maynooth University Department of Law has announced the appointment of Claire Hamilton as professor of criminology.
Professor Michael Doherty, head of Maynooth University Department of Law, addressed a symposium on labour law in Málaga.
Maynooth University Department of Law has announced the appointment of Dr Ian D. Marder as a lecturer in criminology. Canadian-born Dr Marder grew up in the UK and holds a BA, MA and PhD in criminal justice from Leeds University School of Law.
Pictured (l-r): Louise Kennefick, MU; Sinead McMullan BL; The Hon. Ms. Justice Úna Ní Raifeartaigh; Olive Doyle, ByrneWallace; David Doyle, MU; Claire Hamilton, MU; and Etain Quigley, MU The Department of Law at Maynooth University (MU) hosted a recent meeting of the Criminal Law Forum.
A group of staff and students in the Law Department at Maynooth University have presented their research at the SLSA Annual Conference at the University of Bristol. Senior lecturer Dr Noelle Higgins presented her paper, Crime of Our Times?: Cultural Cleansing and the Destruction of Cultural Property
Mason Hayes & Curran has awarded the Innovation in Professional Practice Prize to Zanele Mhondiwa.
A law student at Maynooth University has won a work experience placement with a charity providing representation for those facing the death penalty in the United States.
Pictured (l-r): Rachael Doyle, Mrs Susan Denham and Ross Power Two Maynooth University graduates who took part in the Superior Courts Summer Intern Programme have encouraged others to apply.
Emma McEvoy Two PhD students in the Department of Law at Maynooth University have won Irish Research Council (IRC) Postgraduate Scholarships.
Dr Fergus Ryan Law lecturer Dr Fergus Ryan discussed recent developments in child law on Newstalk FM's Global Village show on Saturday.
Students at Maynooth University have presented a report on Migrant Children's Rights in Ireland to the Immigrant Council of Ireland (ICI).
Law firm McCann Fitzgerald is to sponsor the award of two postgraduate scholarships in Mediation and Conflict Intervention at Maynooth University. The award will pay course fees for two successful applicants to complete the one-year full-time Masters in Mediation and Conflict Intervention delivered