NUI Galway School of Law Research Seminar Series 2021/22

Oct 26 2021 Posted: 16:42 IST

Our research seminar series will feature papers on a range of legal and socio-legal topics from colleagues and guest speakers. Sessions will take place on Tuesdays at 2pm and remotely via MS Teams (unless announced otherwise). 

All are welcome to attend – please email for meeting links.

October 26 Dr. Ioanna Tourkochoriti "The Ashers Bakery Case and the Compelled Speech Argument"

November 9 Dr. Maureen O’Sullivan "Vegetarianism in the courts - a multiplicity of circumstances (and what to do about it)"

November 16 Ursula Connolly "Conceptualising bullying actions in Ireland – now you see it, now you don’t"

December 7 Dr. Rónán Kennedy "Algorithms, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in the Irish Legal Services Market"

December 15 Prof. Dave Cowan (University of Bristol) "Governing the pandemic: A case study"

February 1 Dr. Edel Hughes "Understanding and Addressing the Impact of Invisibility on Conflict-Related Male Sex Violence in Syria"

February 15 Dr. Anna Arstein-Kerslake "Right to Legal Capacity and Minority Groups: Applying Article 12 of the CRPD beyond disability"

March 1 Dr. Diarmuid Griffin "Sentencing serious sex offenders: How judges decide when discretion is wide"

March 8 Dr. Roisin Mulgrew "Defining Death in Prisons"

April 12 Prof. Charles Ngwena (University of Pretoria) "African 'transgender' human rights: emerging jurisprudence"

April 19 Prof. Shreya Atrey (University of Oxford) "Exponential Inequalities: What can equality law do?"


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