Open to PhD applications in:
- Amnesty laws
- Transitional justice practitioners and stakeholders
- Dealing with the past in Northern Ireland
- International law and policy on truth, justice and reparations
Public outreach & key achievements
- Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Member of the Institute for Integrated Transitions Law and Peace Practice Group
- Member of the Royal Irish Academy's Ethical, Political, Legal and Philosophical Committee
- Member of the ESRC and AHRC Peer Review Colleges, and the AHRC Strategic ODA Peer Review College
- Co-Chair, American Society of International Law Transitional Justice and the Rule of Law Interest Group (2015-2017)
- Winner of the 2009 British Society of Criminology book prize
- Winner of the 2009 Socio-Legal Studies Association book prize (jointly awarded)
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- Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- School of Law
- Human Rights Centre
- The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice
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.