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BCL (Law with French Law), University College Dublin.
Certificat supérieur en droit français, Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas)
Mary joined Queen’s as a Lecturer in Law in August 2012. She graduated with a first class BCL degree in Law with French Law from University College Dublin, having spent a year in Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She was awarded an Ad Astra Scholarship by University College Dublin to carry out a PhD on the viability of the precautionary principle as a legal principle in environmental and health law, which she is currently completing. She tutored in University College Dublin for four years in a range of subjects including Contract, Company and EU Law. She also participated in a number of research projects, presented guest seminars and worked in an environmental law firm during this period.
Undergraduate: Environmental Law and the Law of Equity.
Environmental law, health law, precautionary principle, legal principles, European law, legal theory, the public-private law divide, equity, contract law, company law and legal education.
‘Excluding Coexistence of GMOs? The Impact of the EU Commission’s 2010 Recommendation on Coexistence’, (2011) 20:2 RECIEL pp.180-193.
‘Transforming Researchers into Educators: Some Reflections on the UCD School of Law Syllabus Design Workshop 2010’, (2011) 12:9 German Law Journal pp.1510-1528. (Along with D. Casey, A. Greene, J. Lawless and N.M. Mulholland)
‘Legalising General Prohibitions on Cultivation of Genetically Modified Organisms’, (2010) 11 German Law Journal pp.1347-1372.
Advisor of Studies, Law and Politics