Conferring of Four PhD Degrees in Law

The success of the PhD Programme in Law was evident at the conferring ceremony on 17th of June when four students received the PhD in Law.    The Faculty of Law has been actively engaged in developing its PhD programme and now has the largest and most established PhD Programme of any Irish Law School.  Graduation ceremonies in 2009 and 2010 have seen the first wave of graduates coming through with 10 PhDs in Law being awarded in 2009 and 5 this year to date.
 For more information on the PhD programme in Law, click here and on the LLM research programme in Law, click here

 PhD Law Graduates on 17th June 2010  

 Pat McCarthy - WTO Dispute Settlement and Import and Export Requirements in Multilateral Environmental Agreements (Supervisors: Dr. Ursula Kilkelly & Dr. Owen McIntyre)

Tanya Ní Mhuirthile - Intersex Individuals, Gender and the Limits of the Law

(Supervisors:  Dr. Mary Donnelly & Dr. Siobhan Mullally)

Claire Murray - Feminism, Rights and Mental Health Law:  Analysing the Contribution of Feminist Theories of Rights to Irish Mental Health Law (Supervisor:  Dr. Mary Donnelly)

Eilionoir Flynn - Advocacy Services for People with Disabilities – a comparative study of disability rights enforcement in Ireland and Victoria. (Supervisor:  Dr. Conor O’Mahony)

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