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UCC School of Law's podcast showcasing the research of our students and staff. In keeping with the School's ambition to engage with wider society, the podcast details the work of organisations involved in advocacy, human rights, criminal justice, the environment, IT and business law.
 
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In this episode, Professor Ursula Kilkelly (UCC School of Law and Chairperson of the Board of Management at Oberstown Children Detention Campus) and Pat Bergin (Director of Oberstown Children Campus 2013-2020) discuss their new book, "Advancing Children’s Rights in Detention: A Model for International Reform", recently published by Bristol Universi…
 
In this special episode of the UCC School of Law Impact Series, nine of our PhD students share an overview of and insights from their fascinating research. The breadth of scholarship across so many legal areas – from family law to company law, gambling regulation to the environment – is indicative of the high-quality research undertaken in the Scho…
 
This Impact Series features interviews with UCC School of Law faculty members, focusing on the resounding impact of their work across a broad range of areas in the public policy sphere. Today's episode is an interview with Professor Conor O'Mahony, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection. The Special Rapporteur is appointed by the Minister for Child…
 
This Impact Series features interviews with UCC School of Law faculty members, focusing on the resounding impact of their work across a broad range of areas in the public policy sphere. Today's episode is an interview with Professor Mary Donnelly, joint-chair of HSE National Consent Policy Advisory group, joint-chair of the Assisted Decision-Making…
 
This new Impact Series features interviews with UCC School of Law faculty members, focusing on the resounding impact of their work across a broad range of areas in the public policy sphere. Today's episode is an interview with Professor Irene Lynch Fannon - conducted by School of Law PhD candidate Michael Boland - about her fascinating and timely w…
 
Captain Brian Fitzgerald, Operations Branch Commander of the Irish Naval Service, describes some of the complex jurisdictional, political, and legal challenges faced by the Naval Service while rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean during Operation Sophia.Looking toward the future, he also sketches out some of the complicated scenarios the Naval Se…
 
Speaking after a recent Centre for Law and the Environment's seminar exploring recent developments in European Union Environmental Law, Dr Fred Logue describes how he worked with Friends of the Irish Environment and Right to Know to access environmental information from public authorities through litigation.…
 
Robert Schwartz, Phyllis W. Beck Chair in Law at Temple University Beasley School of Law, talks Professor Ursula Kilkelly through the history of Juvenile Law Center, describing how the center evolved from representing individual children and young people to become a national advocacy organisation fighting to better the lives of thousands.…
 
Emanating from their contributions in a recently published collection of essays titled, Creating Corporate Sustainability Gender as an Agent for Change, Professor Irene Lynch Fannon (co-editor of the volume) and Dr Catherine O'Sullivan talk to Michael Boland about the role of women and gender equality, corporate power, and sustainability.…
 
Jane attended the Justice Conference in Dublin during early September, where she spoke with Oonagh McPhillips, Deputy Secretary General in the Department of Justice and Equality, Inge Philips-Bryan, Partner, Deloitte Netherlands, Michael Donnellan, Director General of the Irish Prison Service, Tom Gash, Author and Managing Director, Leapwise, Carol…
 
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