Bríd Ní Ghráinne Non-Resident Fellow

Bríd Ní Ghráinne is a Non-Resident Fellow at Centre for International Law. She studied Public International Law and University of Oxford (DPhil) and Public International Law at Leiden University (LL.M). She is also an Associate Professor at Maynooth University, Ireland; a Senior Researcher at the Judicial Studies Institute, Masaryk University; a Senior Research Affiliate and Lecturer at the Refugee Law Initiative at University of London; and a Visiting Research Fellow at University of Reading. She regularly appears in both English and Irish-language media as a commentator in her areas of expertise and has acted as a consultant for the United Nations, the Council of Europe, Greenpeace, and Oxford Analytica. Previously, she was a Lecturer at the University of Sheffield (2014-2018) where she won two of the University’s top teaching awards. She has also worked in the Legal Division of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2010-2011) and taught at the Universities of Helsinki (2015), Cyprus (2016), Oxford (2012-2013), and Shandong University China (2015-2017). Her research interests include public international law, internally displaced persons, refugees, human rights law, and humanitarian law.



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