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NUI Travelling Studentship in Law: PhD Success

2 Sep
Paul Bradfield

NUI Travelling Studentship in Law: PhD success

UCC PhD Law student secures NUI Travelling Studentship to support doctoral research on transitional justice in Uganda.

Congratulations to Paul Bradfield, who recently secured an NUI Travelling Studentship to support his doctoral research on transitional justice in Uganda, to be completed under the supervision of Prof Siobhán Mullally, School of Law. Paul has extensive professional experience in international criminal law, transitional justice and human rights. He has worked with the Office of the Prosecutor, The International Criminal Court, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Uganda. Paul has frequently contributed guest lectures to the LLM International Human Rights law students at UCC, on the International Criminal Law module. He will bring his extensive professional experience to his PhD research and writing. Paul’s work is focusing, in particular, on the use of amnesty as a transitional justice mechanism and its impact on victims of atrocities in Northern Uganda.

Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights

Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Ireland

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