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LawPod’s Law and Society team participant Aoibhinn Graham interviews Kevin Doherty, the Union Services Officer for the Northern Ireland branch of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. The conversation focuses on the content and impact of the new Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) legislation on the function trade unions and the right to strike in Britain, as well as how this may affect the trade union movement in Northern Ireland.
This discussion delves into the complex issue of original identity, exploring its significance and pondering how we might redefine or understand it in our rapidly changing world. We'll also examine the human right to identity, questioning if such a concept truly exists, especially in the context of new reproductive technologies and varying familial structures.
Dr Alice Diver and guests discuss critical topics such as the intrinsic right to original identity, the influential impact of adoptee activism, and the exploration of hypothetical life scenarios and their potential ramifications.
This episode of Lawpod features Professor Aoife O'Donoghue from QUB School of Law and Dr Meabh Harding from UCD Sutherland School of Law, discussing their burgeoning initiative, 'Doing Feminist Legal Work'.
In this episode, host Dr Lauren Dempster chats with three current Master's students from the School of Law, each enrolled on different LLM programmes.
In this thought-provoking podcast, Professor Shadd Maruna and Dr Teresa Degenhart welcome Professor Reuben Miller, author of the ground-breaking book "Halfway Home," to discuss the complexities of re-entry from prison to communities in the United States.
In this episode, Professor Phil Scraton is joined by Professor Shadd Maruna and Dr. Gillian McNaull to discuss their ESRC funded research project, Coping with Covid in Prison, commissioned by and conducted in partnership with the organisation User Voice.
In this groundbreaking episode, the collective intelligence of LawPod is pitted against the generative intelligence of ChatGPT to explore the potential impact of artificial intelligence on the study and practice of law and the world at large.
How do I qualify as a solicitor? What’s the best way to study for exams? What’s life like at the IPLS? These are just some of the questions answered by our Women and the Law team in this episode.
In this episode our Student Focus team, Peter and Ciara, talk to two of the Law School's Student Skills advisors, Gary and Sarah-Jane, about how to tackle problem questions.