HRinI at the Society of Legal Scholars Conference 2009
The Society of Legal Scholars–the main general law society for legal academics in Ireland the UK–will hold its Annual Conference in Keele University from September 7th-10th (conference site). A number of contributors to Human Rights in Ireland will be presenting their research at the conference.
Fiona de Londras, “Privatising Torture”, Gilbraltar Section, Tuesday September 8th at 9.30am, Room CBA1.078
Aoife O’Donoghue, “Examining the International Community and its Relationship with International Law”, International Law Section, Monday 7th September, 4pm, Room CBA0.013
Liam Thornton, “The Culture of Control and Penal Strategies within Reception Conditions for Asylum Seekers”, Migration Section, Tuesday 8th September, 9.30am, Room CBA0.005
Mairéad Enright, “Sharia Law and Family Law”, Family Section, Thursday 10th September, 9am, Room CBA 1.080/81
Sinéad Ring, “When is a victim a feminist’s victim? New conceptions of the victim in delayed prosecutions for childhood sexual abuse”, Criminal Justice Section B, Wednesday 9th September, 2pm, Room CBA1.102