Working Papers

The CCJHR Legal Research Working Papers series publishes excellent research in the fields of human rights, crime, justice and law. One of the objectives of the CCJHR is to support the dissemination of research in progress. The Working Paper series is peer-reviewed and edited by CCJHR. Submissions to the Working Papers series are open to UCC Law academics, PhD students and research fellows. The series also publishes selected ‘best papers’ from the annual graduate conference hosted at the CCJHR.   For further details, contact


Available Working Papers:

Colette Barry Irish Prison Officers CCJHR WPS No 5 June 2013

Colette Barry Irish Prison Officers CCJHR WPS No 5 June 2013

Ilona Cairns Feminist Perspective on Criminal Law Reform CCJHR WPS No 4 Dec 2012

Claire Smyth IESCR Optional Protocol and Ireland CCJHR WPS No 3 Dec 2012

Sarah Singer Refugee Exclusion Clauses and Terrorism CCJHR WPS No 2 Dec 2012

UK Migrant Domestic Workers CCJHR WPS No 1 April 2012


CCJHR Submission on the Scheme for the Immigration Residence and Protection Bill

CCJHR Submission on the Criminal Justice (Trafficking and Sexual Offences) Bill


RLS CCJHR Subsidary Protection Case Law Project 2007

Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights

Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Ireland