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Roisin Mulgrew

Associate Professor in Law, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Teaching Summary

At the post-graduate level, Róisín is the module convenor for Detention and Imprisonment in the International Criminal Justice System and teaches on the International Human Rights Law module. At the… read more

Research Summary

I am currently interested in the intersection of human rights with international criminal justice procedures and mechanisms, and international and comparative penology.

Recent Publications

Current PhD Students

Njahira Gitahi: Using Mediation and other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution to Resolve Conflict Situations in Africa

Emma Sheffield: Can traditional justice mechanisms improve responses to conflict-related sexual violence?

Rossana Deplano: Empirical and Theoretical Approaches to International Law: How States Use the UN General Assembly to Create International Obligations

Previous PhD Student

Chen, Qi: An empirical study on community sanctions and measures in China Professor Dirk van Zyl Smit)

This thesis has been published as a monograph (see https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783319718637) and was awarded the Asian Criminological Society's Outstanding Book Award in 2019.

At the post-graduate level, Róisín is the module convenor for Detention and Imprisonment in the International Criminal Justice System and teaches on the International Human Rights Law module. At the under-graduate level, she teaches Contract Law and Land Law.

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