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Proud of our PhDs

Here at the Law School, we like to shout about the achievements of our students and alumni. As so many of our current PhD students have been published recently, we thought we would share their success with everyone else. Join us in congratulating…

Sean Mulcahy

'UK parliamentary inquiry turned verbatim musical: a theatre review'

Published in the Alternative Law Journal

May 2018

‘Dissents and Dispositions: Reflections on the Conference of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia’

Published in Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal

June 2018

Lulwa Al Ben Alihands

‘Enforcement in financial regulation: an analysis of mechanisms in Kuwait and the UK’

Published in the Kuwait Law Journal

August 2018

Mahmoud M. A. Abdou

‘The Universal Declaration of Human Rights’ (April 2018) and ‘The Human Rights Committee’ (August 2018)

Published in the International Human Rights Centre (IHRC)

Plus not forgetting our recent graduate…

Ahmed A. Khan

‘Legal strategies for the mitigation of risk for energy infrastructure projects’

Published in the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law

April 2018 - Ahmed worked on this alongside Raphael Heffron, Rory Connor & Edward Perkins.

Head of School Professor Vanessa Munro commented “as a School we are extremely proud of our students and all of their achievements. Publications such as these only further accentuate the hard work and dedication they have to their studies. Congratulations to everyone.”

Tue 21 Aug 2018, 10:19 | Tags: Publication, Student Achievement, PG News