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​This episode is hosted by Zi-Ming Ang, a member of the Student Focus and Careers Team and a final year Law student. With her is Yusur Dalloul, a QUB LLM graduate, a paralegal at Ogletree Deakins, a qualified Yoga instructor, and the founder of the Law Space – a legal sharing platform.
Dr Ciara Hackett (QUB School of Law) and Prof Harry Van Buren (the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Honorary Professor, QUB School of Law) speak with Dr Ciarán O'Kelly about co-authoring in academic research.
For this episode, Professor Phil Scraton & Dr Deena Haydon are interviewed by criminologist Dr Gillian McNaull about their part in the Independent Panel Report into Fans’ Experiences at the 2022 European Champions League Final.
Join civil servants Claire Archbold and Geraldine Fee to explore the rewards of working in the public legal sector, and the positive changes we can make to gender equality as part of it!
Criminal Lecture supremo and Queen's University School of Law Legend Dr John Stannard in conversation with The Hon Madam Justice McBride
In this episode, Dr Lauren Dempster interviews Dr Claire Wright (QUB School of Law). The episode explores the relationship between indigenous peoples and transitional justice, with reference to the case of Colombia.
Dr Rachel Killean from the School of Law is joined by Professor Louise Mallinder for a conversation about transitional justice in Ukraine.
​This episode focuses on how the law views the concept of innocence in the criminal justice system, particularly when it comes to compensation for someone who was wrongly convicted.
Dr Rachel Killean (School of Law), speaks to three legal practitioners who took part in the Women as Legal Change Makers conference hosted by the School of Law Athena Swan Committee in September 2021.
Dr Peter Doran is joined by his friend and colleague Dr Eilís Ward to discuss her new book, Self (2021). The book is published by Cork University Press in the Síreacht series on longings for another Ireland.