Books published by academics in QUB School of Law
We are proud of our research at QUB School of Law. Over time, scholars at QUB Law have published nearly 4,000 research outputs between them. And 2022-23 has proved to be another busy period. Inside, we survey some of the most recent publications, seeking to illuminate the outstanding research output of our school.
The School of Law Research News section is intented as a platform to showcase and facilitate the exchange of ideas and knowledge that arise from the School's active and vibrant research community. Here you will find a showcase of the latest research, ideas and publications to come out of the School.
Dr Alessandra Guida has recently published her book "Biosafety Measures, Technology Risks and the World Trade Organization - Thriving and Surviving in the Age of Biotech" with Routledge.
Dr Alice Panepinto launched her latest book, "Truth and Transitional Justice - Localising the International Framework in Muslim Majority Legal Systems" on Monday 23rd May.
Emeritus Professor Brice Dickson and Dr Conor McCormick of QUB School of Law recently edited a collection of essays in memory of Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore.
In October 2021, Shania Kirk will be starting a doctorate that combines law and computer science. It’s an exciting move into interdisciplinary work for Shania who completed both her undergraduate and taught postgraduate degrees at QUB Law.
Matthew McCallion from Derry recently received the very good news that he has won a doctoral scholarship from Northern Ireland’s Department for the Economy.
Congratulations to Gary Simpson, who is one of 12 scholarship winners coming to QUB Law in Autumn 2021 to study for a doctorate in law.
Congratulations to Daniela Suárez Vargas a first-year PhD student at QUB Law and a qualified lawyer in Colombia on winning a coveted international-student scholarship from the AHRC Northern Bridge Consortium.
Well done Tamara Tamimi—one of a cluster of talented researchers joining QUB Law following the award of a prestigious scholarship to fund her doctorate.
QUB graduate, Diana Ortega Torres, born and raised in Mexico, and currently teaching at Mexcio’s ITESO University, is about to return to Belfast.
Doctoral student and QUB Law Research Advocate, Daniela Suárez Vargas, speaks to Professor Aoife O’Donoghue about the 2020 Livingstone Lecture.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, incidents of domestic violence have increased dramatically. Dr Ronagh McQuigg looks at this shadow pandemic of domestic abuse.