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PhD researcher Samantha Hopkins talks to Professor Anne-Marie McAlinden about her achievements as a woman in law and her role as a legal changemaker.
The new Head of School of Law, Professor Joan Loughrey, joins Tamara & Ruby for a special International Women's Day episode, where we discuss her plans for QUB law students and gender diversity in the profession!
​Kavina talks to Professor Julie Suk from the Fordham School of Law about the jurisprudence of quotas and the evolving discourse surrounding its consequences transnationally.
​In this episode, Ruby Sturgeon is joined by Sara Fegan and Rosalie Rothwell from Allen & Overy to discuss its graduate recruitment opportunities and annual intake for up to 25 legal professionals.
Discussion of adoptee 'othering' in literature and law: personal accounts, Frankenstein's creature, and Ireland's latest attempt at enabling access to birth records.
​In this episode, Peter Lockhart from the Student Focus and Careers LawPod student team interviews Dr Deborah Wilson, QUB Subject Librarian for the School of Law, and the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics about the OSCOLA referencing.
In this episode five law students and members of the LawPod team sit down and discuss how they achieve this balance. Check it out and find out how you can make the most of your time!
In this episode, Dr Alessandro Corda, current Director of the QUB Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice(ICCJ), interviews four of the Institute’s former Directors - Prof Graham Ellison, Prof Shadd Maruna, Prof Kieran McEvoy and Prof John Jackson.
This special edition of LawPod focuses on cross-border, transnational application of competition law with special focus on the experience of developing countries and economies in transition.
In this episode, ICCJ Director Dr Alessandro Corda interviews Dr Rachel Killean, Dr Eithne Dowds and Prof Anne-Marie McAlinden about their recently published edited collection ‘Sexual Violence on Trial: Local and Comparative Perspectives’ (Routledge, 2021).