Irish Centre for Human Rights
The Irish Centre for Human Rights is one of the world's premier university-based institutions for the study and promotion of human rights and humanitarian law. Since its establishment in January 2000, the Centre has developed a global reputation for excellence in the field of human rights teaching, research and advocacy, which has enabled the institution to attract high quality students to its acclaimed masters and its undergraduate programs as well as to build a thriving community of doctoral researchers.
The Centre currently has eight academic faculty members, comprised of three Professors and five lecturers. Fifteen additional lecturers also serve in an adjunct or visiting capacity. A total of two project staff, three administrative assistants, a post-doctoral fellow and seven doctoral fellows also play a key role in carrying out the work of the Centre. Whilst the Centre is autonomous in both its physical location and day-to-day operations, its academic staff are members of the School of Law at the National University of Ireland, Galway, with which the Centre is linked and maintains a close cooperative working relationship.
Irish Centre for Human Rights
Address: National University of Ireland, Galway, University Road, Galway, Ireland.
Tel: +353 (0)91 493948, Fax: +353 (0) 91 494575 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NUIG School of Law
The School of Law has a long and distinguished tradition of law teaching and research which dates back to the mid-nineteenth century. It is a tradition that the School is extremely proud of and strives to maintain. The School of Law is comprised of full-time professors and lecturers, together with part-time teaching staff who are academics specialising in particular subject-areas or practising solicitors and barristers. There are approximately 500 students studying law to degree level.
The School links with Universities in Europe and in the United States afford interested students the opportunity to pursue part of their law studies abroad. Students of the School also participate in moot trial competitions at both national and international level, and the student law society is active in organising guest lectures and debates.School members are engaged in research in a number of fields including human rights, legal theory, criminal law, commercial law and media law. Research projects, international conferences and guest lectures are organised under the auspices of the School of Law and its centres. The School is constantly working to attain the highest quality in teaching and research
School of Law, National University of Ireland, Galway, University Road, Galway, Ireland.
Office hours: 11.00 - 13.00, 14.15 - 17.00
Tel: +353 (0)91 524411, Direct: +353 (0)91 492389, Fax: +353 (0) 91 494506
Irish Society of Comparative Law
The purpose of the ISCL is to encourage the comparative study of law and legal systems and to seek affiliation with individuals and organisations with complimentary aims. ISCL was established in June 2008 and are recognised by the International Academy of Comparative Law.