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Notes on Contributors

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2022

Christopher McCrudden
Affiliation:
Queen's University Belfast

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Print publication year: 2022
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  • Gordon Anthony Professor of Public Law in the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast, and Director of Internationalisation in the School; Bar of Northern Ireland

  • Catherine Barnard FBA FLSW Professor of EU Law and Employment Law; Senior Tutor and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of UK in a Changing Europe

  • Gavin Barrett Professor of Law and Head of Teaching and Learning in the Sutherland School of Law, University College Dublin; barrister

  • Stephen Brittain Director of the Irish Centre for European Law, Trinity College, Dublin; member of the Law Library, Dublin

  • Paul Craig FBA QC (hon) Emeritus Professor of English Law, University of Oxford; Honorary Bencher of Gray’s Inn; 39 Essex Chambers, London

  • Gemma Davies Associate Professor of Law, Northumbria University; committee member of the European Criminal Law Association (UK)

  • Mary Dobbs Lecturer in the Department of Law, Maynooth University; member of Brexit and Environment; member of the committee on Future Earth Ireland in the Royal Irish Academy and Irish representative to the Future Earth General Assembly

  • Catherine Donnelly SC Associate Professor of Law and Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin; Blackstone Chambers; member of the Law Library, Dublin

  • David Fennelly Assistant Professor of Law, Trinity College, Dublin; member of the Law Library, Dublin

  • Viviane Gravey Lecturer in European Politics, School of History, Anthropology, Politics and Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast; Co-chair of Brexit and Environment

  • Colin Harvey Professor of Human Rights Law in the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast; Fellow of the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice; Associate Fellow of the Institute of Irish Studies

  • Katy Hayward Professor of Political Sociology at Queen’s University Belfast; Senior Fellow of UK in a Changing Europe; Fellow of the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice

  • Anna Jerzewska Independent consultant on free trade agreements; administrator for the freetradeagreements.co.uk website; customs and global trade consultant at KPMG; participant in the RTA Exchange policy dialogues in Geneva, Switzerland

  • David Kenny Associate Professor of Law and Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin; member of the Law Library, Dublin

  • Tobias Lock Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights, Maynooth University; member of the advisory board of the Scottish Centre on European Relations

  • Imelda Maher MRIA Sutherland Full Professor of European Law, Sutherland School of Law, University College, Dublin; Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple; member of the advisory board of the Cambridge Centre for European Legal Studies

  • Sir Bernard McCloskey Judge, Court of Appeal in Northern Ireland; Chair of the Judicial Studies Board for Northern Ireland

  • Christopher McCrudden CBE FBA MRIA Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law, Queen’s University Belfast; Fellow of the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice; L Bates Lea Global Law Professor, University of Michigan Law School; Blackstone Chambers, London

  • Billy Melo Araujo Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast

  • CRG Murray Reader in Public Law, Newcastle University Law School

  • George Peretz QC Monckton Chambers, London; Joint Chair of the Joint Working Party of UK Bars and Law Societies on Competition Law and Joint Convenor of the UK State Aid Law Association; member of the Law Library, Dublin

  • Vincent Power SC Partner at A&L Goodbody, Dublin; head of the firm’s EU, Competition & Procurement Group; Chair of the European Maritime Law Organisation; Adjunct Professor of Law, University College Cork

  • Steven Ratner Bruno Simma Collegiate Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School; Director, University of Michigan Donia Human Rights Center; former member of the US State Department’s Advisory Committee on International Law; counsellor of the American Society of International Law; member of the American Law Institute

  • Stephen Weatherill Jacques Delors Professor of European Law, University of Oxford; Deputy Director for European Law in the Institute of European and Comparative Law; Fellow of Somerville College, Oxford

  • Jan Wouters Full Professor of International Law and International Organizations, Leuven University; Director of the Institute for International Law and of the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies; Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium for Sciences and Arts; Of Counsel at Linklaters, Brussels

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