Open to PhD applications in;
- European Union Legal Studies
- Impact of EU substantive law on societies in Member States and Neighbouring Countries
- EU Neighbourhood - legal approximation in employment law and anti-discrimination law
- Social Rights Citizenship in Europe
Public outreach & key achievements
- As the director of the Centre for European and Transnational Studies, I am regularly organising seminars and conferences, which again offers practical experience in academic life. It also is an option to suggest other PhD researchers or speakers working in a field of interest to your PhD over.
- As a Jean Monnet ad Personam Chair for EU Law and Politics I am part of a global network of Jean Monnet professors, which offers ample opportunity for cooperation beyond QUB
- I am participating in QUB “Brexit clinics” and in training of public servants in NI for the post-Brexit world, and both activities offer opportunities for engagement with PhD researchers
|PhD title||Legal protection of mentally and intellectually disabled children from violence: A case study of Nigeria|
|PhD title||Seeking asylum in the EU: In search of solidarity and current protection challenges|
|PhD title||Regulatory capture: An assessment of EU regulation of credit rating agencies|
|PhD title||One State, Two Systems: A legal framework for Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit trade regime|
|PhD title||Achieving equality: Anti-discrimination law in Northern Ireland after Brexit|
|PhD Title||Evaluation of the Impact That Brexit is Starting to Have on the Enforcement of UK Data Privacy Law by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), Using the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) as a European Union (EU) Comparator|
Alumni: Where are they now
Equality and non-discrimination in the post-Yugoslav space: Intersectionality under law in Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia
Dr Biljana Kotevska
Research coordinator, expert and consultant (for IGOs and NGOs, including the EU, COE and OSCE), and feminist activist in several grassroots feminist organisations
“Dagmar Schiek has been more than a supervisor. She supported me in everything, including settling in in Belfast and training and development. Her clarity of thought and capacity to always say openly what she thinks has been an inspiration”
Consociationalism and equality within the European Union: A socio-legal study of community identity and gender in Northern Ireland and Belgium
Dr Clare Rice
Post Doctoral Researcher, Newcastle University (Performing Identity project)
“While supervising my academic development, Dagmar was also committed to ensuring I was prepared for entering academia in a professional capacity. I was supported in pursuing opportunities to advance my research and I learnt a lot during my time working under her guidance”
Get ahead: tips on how to prepare your application to study for a PhD at QUB Law
Read our guidance on the steps in our PhD applications process and how to present your research proposal.
Interested in a postdoctoral fellowship at QUB Law?
If you have already completed a PhD or are about to do so, and you are looking for a mentor for a postdoctoral fellowship in one of my areas of expertise, please get in touch via email. The School of Law has a strong track record in supporting able candidates who are working towards fellowship applications to funders such as the British Academy, EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie scheme, ESRC NINE and the Leverhulme Trust.