No More Traffik On Our Streets

We welcome this guest post from Dónal Kearney. Dónal is a Law graduate of Cambridge University. He has worked as an intern with the CAJ Equality Office and is currently a Legal Support Project volunteer at the Law Centre (NI). No More Traffik On Our Streets According to stopthetraffik.org, trafficking means “to be deceived or […]

Bloody Sunday – Setting the Truth Free

We are delighted to welcome this guest post by Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin.  Ms Ní Aoláin is Associate Dean for Research & Planning at Dorsey & Whitney Chair in Law, University of Minnesota Law School and Professor of Law and Associate Director, Transitional Justice Institute, University of Ulster. Bloody Sunday – Setting the Truth Free The […]

Training – The Law of Refugee Status: the Convention refugee definition – context, interpretation and essential elements

The Law Centre (NI) and the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast are hosting a two day training course with Professor James Hathaway on: The Law of Refugee Status: Convention Refugee Definition – Context, Interpretation and Essential Elements.  This  training course provides in depth understanding and analysis of the law of refugee status from […]