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Clinical Psychology Forum Number 353 - May 2022. Special Issue: Interrogating Disability, Part One. Edited by The Interrogating Disability Collective. Cover

ALL Co-Director Mac MacLachlan publishes article in Special Issue of the Clinical Psychology Forum

ALL Co-Director Mac MacLachlan publishes article entitled, ‘Structure power and practice: Designing a new rights-based national clinical programme for people with disability in Ireland’ in Clinical Psychology Forum Special Issue: Interrogating Disability, Part One

Tuesday, 16 August 2022

Dr. Ian Marder visits University of the West of England as In-Residence Professional

Organised by Dr. Paul Gavin and Prof. Kieran McCartan, and funded through UWE’s Expanding Research Excellence Scheme, Ian’s trip took place in the context of the hosts’ research on the prevention of sexual violence and the support of perpetrator desistance and victim recovery.

Friday, 12 August 2022

Seth Barrett Tillman cited in New York Times article

Associate Professor at Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology, Seth Barrett Tillman and Professor Volokh (University of California at Los Angeles) were cited in an August 8, 2022 article in The New York Times on eligibility criteria for being President of the United States. See Charlie Savage, ‘If Trump broke a law on the removal of official records, would he be barred from future office?,’ New York Times

Tuesday, 09 August 2022

Maynooth University School of Law and Criminology to host Workshop on Internal Displacement in Law and Policy, 2 February 2023

The workshop will allow researchers working on this niche area to connect, showcase their research, gain detailed feedback from their peers, and identify opportunities for future collaboration. Participants will be invited to submit their papers to a Special Issue of the Internal Displacement Research Programme Working Papers Series on Internal Displacement Law and Policy.

Friday, 05 August 2022

Moving to electric cars: how big data is leading our transition

An initiative that aims to transition road transport towards zero emissions.

Thursday, 04 August 2022

The third Legal Histories of Empire Conference, entitled ‘Beyond the Pale: Legal Histories on the Edges of Empires’ takes place in Maynooth

The conference focused on the interconnections and the legal relations between empires and the role played by law in facilitating, constituting, and enabling those connections; on the people of law who moved between these places; and the institutions which bound them together.

Thursday, 04 August 2022

Network gains from multiple jobholding – new research presented by Dr Ryazanova at EGOS Colloquium

This research explores how employees with roles in multiple organisations build professional networks at their secondary workplaces.

Thursday, 04 August 2022

David Mangan asks if there is stagnation in social dialogue

This question is prompted by the CJEU’s EPSU decision which suggests that social partner agreements need to fit within the EU Commission’s agenda in order to be considered for wider implementation.

Tuesday, 02 August 2022

Disability & Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology Cover Page

Publication in Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology by ALL Institute members and WHO representatives entitled ‘Assistive technologies are central to the realization of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’

Publication in Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology by Assisting Living and Learning (ALL) Institute members and World Health Organisation (WHO) representatives entitled ‘Assistive technologies are central to the realization of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’

Friday, 29 July 2022

MU researchers find that Wikipedia influences judges’ legal reasoning

Researchers have found that a Wikipedia article can increase a case’s citations by more than 20%, thereby influencing judges’ legal reasoning.

Thursday, 28 July 2022

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