Dr Clíodhna Murphy

Law

Lecturer

New House
51
(01) 474 7218

Biography

Clíodhna joined the Department of Law in 2014, having previously lectured in Dublin City University and held a post-doctoral fellowship in University College Cork. She has also taught in Trinity College Dublin, Sciences-Po (Paris) and the China University of Politics and Law (Beijing). She lectures and researches in the areas of migration law, human rights, international law and company law. Clíodhna completed her PhD at Trinity College Dublin, having been awarded an Ussher Fellowship from Trinity College to complete her doctoral work. She graduated from Law and French in Trinity College in 2004, and was awarded a gold medal on graduation. Clíodhna's first book, "Immigration, Integration and the Law: The Intersection of Domestic, EU and International Regimes" was published with Ashgate in 2013. She is a qualified solicitor. Clíodhna welcomes research proposals, particularly in the areas of migration and asylum law, and human rights law.

Books

  Year Publication
2013 Integration and the Law in Europe: The Intersection of Domestic, EU and International Legal Regimes.
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) Integration and the Law in Europe: The Intersection of Domestic, EU and International Legal Regimes. : Ashgate. [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2017 'Lobe v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform'
Murphy C., Mullally S. (2017) 'Lobe v Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform' In: Northern/Irish Feminist Judgments: Judges' Troubles and the Gendered Politics of Identity. Oxford: Hart. [Details]
2017 'Membership without Naturalisation? The Limits of European Court of Human Rights Case Law on Residence Security and Equal Treatment'
Kostakopoulou, Thym (2017) 'Membership without Naturalisation? The Limits of European Court of Human Rights Case Law on Residence Security and Equal Treatment' In: Questioning EU Citizenship. Oxford: Hart Bloomsbury. [Details]
2015 'Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK: Enacting Exclusions, Exemptions and Rights'
Siobhán Mullally and Cliodhna Murphy (2015) 'Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK: Enacting Exclusions, Exemptions and Rights' In: Siobhán Mullally (ed), Care, Migration and Human Rights. Routledge. [Details]
2015 'Access to Justice for Undocumented Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: the Consequences of Constructed Illegality'
Cliodhna Murphy (2015) 'Access to Justice for Undocumented Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: the Consequences of Constructed Illegality' In: Siobhán Mullally (ed), Care, Migration and Human Rights. [Details]
2014 '“Challenging Deportation on the Basis of ‘Private Life’: The Evolving Impact of Article 8 on Irish Immigration Law”'
Cliodhna Murphy (2014) '“Challenging Deportation on the Basis of ‘Private Life’: The Evolving Impact of Article 8 on Irish Immigration Law”' In: Suzanne Egan, Judy Walsh and Liam Thornton ed.s, The ECHR and Ireland: 60 Years And Beyond (Bloomsbury). [Details]
2008 'French privacy law'
Cliodhna Murphy (2008) 'French privacy law' In: Delany and Carolan, The Right to Privacy: A Doctrinal and Comparative Analysis (Thomson Round Hall, 2008). [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2017 'Tackling Vulnerability to Labour Exploitation Through Regulation: The Case of Migrant Fishermen in Ireland'
Clíodhna Murphy (2017) 'Tackling Vulnerability to Labour Exploitation Through Regulation: The Case of Migrant Fishermen in Ireland'. Industrial Law Journal, [Details]
2016 'Double Jeopardy: Domestic Workers in Diplomatic Households American Journal of Comparative Law'
Cliodhna Murphy and Siobhan Mullally (2016) 'Double Jeopardy: Domestic Workers in Diplomatic Households American Journal of Comparative Law'. 64 (forthcoming) [Details]
2016 '“’A Matter of Humanity’? Emerging Principles Relating to Deportation and Human Rights” (2016) 35(1) Dublin University Law Journal 259'
Murphy, C. (2016) '“’A Matter of Humanity’? Emerging Principles Relating to Deportation and Human Rights” (2016) 35(1) Dublin University Law Journal 259'. Dublin University Law Journal, [Details]
2015 'Enforcing Employment Standards for Undocumented Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK and Ireland: Rethinking Illegality in Zones of Invisibility (2015) 29 (4) Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law'
Cliodhna Murphy (2015) 'Enforcing Employment Standards for Undocumented Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK and Ireland: Rethinking Illegality in Zones of Invisibility (2015) 29 (4) Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law'. 29 [Details]
2014 'Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK: enacting exemptions, exclusions, and rights (2014) 36 Human Rights Quarterly 397'
Cliodhna Murphy and Siobhan Mullally (2014) 'Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK: enacting exemptions, exclusions, and rights (2014) 36 Human Rights Quarterly 397'. 36 [IR Link] [Details]
2013 'Reconciling Sovereign Claims with Individual Rights? Access to Citizenship after Mallak and Sulaimon (2013) 49 Irish Jurist 193'
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) 'Reconciling Sovereign Claims with Individual Rights? Access to Citizenship after Mallak and Sulaimon (2013) 49 Irish Jurist 193'. 49 [IR Link] [Details]
2013 '“The Enduring Vulnerability of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe” (2013) 62(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 599'
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) '“The Enduring Vulnerability of Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe” (2013) 62(3) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 599'. 62 [Details]
2013 '“Researching Barriers to Access to Justice for Migrant Domestic Workers in Diplomatic Households” (2013) 42(4) Industrial Law Journal 447'
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) '“Researching Barriers to Access to Justice for Migrant Domestic Workers in Diplomatic Households” (2013) 42(4) Industrial Law Journal 447'. 42 [Details]
2013 '“Towards a Human Rights-Based Paradigm of Integration? The Contribution of International Law” (2013) (2) European Human Rights Law Review 166'
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) '“Towards a Human Rights-Based Paradigm of Integration? The Contribution of International Law” (2013) (2) European Human Rights Law Review 166'. 2 [Details]
2011 'Immigration and Family Life: Family Reunification in Irish Law (2011) 34 Dublin University Law Journal 221'
Cliodhna Murphy (2011) 'Immigration and Family Life: Family Reunification in Irish Law (2011) 34 Dublin University Law Journal 221'. 34 [IR Link] [Details]
2010 '“The Concept of Integration in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights” (2010) 12(1) European Journal of Migration and Law 23'
Cliodhna Murphy (2010) '“The Concept of Integration in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights” (2010) 12(1) European Journal of Migration and Law 23'. 12 [Details]
2007 '“Towards Common Principles Relating to the Protection of Privacy Rights? An Analysis of Recent Developments in England and France and before the European Court of Human Rights” (2007) 5 European Human Rights Law Review 568'
Cliodhna Murphy and Hilary Delany (2007) '“Towards Common Principles Relating to the Protection of Privacy Rights? An Analysis of Recent Developments in England and France and before the European Court of Human Rights” (2007) 5 European Human Rights Law Review 568'. European Human Rights Law Review, 5 [Details]

Other Journals

  Year Publication
2008 '“Le peuple irlandais et le traité de Lisbonne. Brève histoire immédiate d'un non universel et singulier”'
Cliodhna Murphy and Emmanuel Sur (2008) '“Le peuple irlandais et le traité de Lisbonne. Brève histoire immédiate d'un non universel et singulier”' Politeia, 13 . [Details]
2008 '“Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in the European Union: The Position of Third Country Nationals”'
Cliodhna Murphy (2008) '“Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in the European Union: The Position of Third Country Nationals”' Hibernian Law Journal, 8 . [Details]
2005 '“Subsidiary Protection in the EU”'
Cliodhna Murphy (2005) '“Subsidiary Protection in the EU”' Irish Law Times, 23 . [Details]
2005 '“Complementary Protection in Ireland” (2005) 23 Irish Law Times 183'
Cliodhna Murphy (2005) '“Complementary Protection in Ireland” (2005) 23 Irish Law Times 183' Irish Law Times, 23 . [Details]

Book Review

  Year Publication
2017 Moritz Jesse, The Civic Citizens of Europe? The Legal Potential for Immigrant Integration in the EU, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2017) Common Market Law Review.
Cliodhna Murphy (2017) Moritz Jesse, The Civic Citizens of Europe? The Legal Potential for Immigrant Integration in the EU, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2017) Common Market Law Review. Book Review [Details]
2013 Anna Triandafyllidou (ed), Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: Who Cares?.
Cliodhna Murphy (2013) Anna Triandafyllidou (ed), Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe: Who Cares?. Book Review [Details]