On September 3 2018, Andrea Broderick was chosen out of 7 academic nominees of high calibre and was awarded the prestigious Edmond Hustinx Prize (€ 15,000) for her recent research activities on equality and accessibility for persons with disabilities. According to the jury awarding the prize: ‘In a short period of time, Dr. Broderick built up a very good reputation in the field of disability law and the law of equal treatment [generally]. She publishes in the major international journals in this field and is in the final stage of [co-authoring a textbook] on International and European Disability Law to be published with Cambridge University Press. She is also in high demand as a speaker at conferences around Europe and a much-appreciated lecturer in a range of different courses in both Maastricht and Hasselt [University]. The Edmond Hustinx Prize will provide her with vital resources to undertake this research’.
Andrea Broderick is a graduate of NUIG, where she completed both her undergraduate and Master studies. After having undertaken the LLM in International and Comparative Disability Law and Policy
offered by the CDLP
, Andrea went on to complete her PhD at Maastricht University under the framework of the DREAM (Disability Rights Expanding Accessible Markets) network of researchers.