Areas of Expertise
European Court of JusticeEuropean Convention on Human RightsEuropean Court of Human RightsEnforcement of EU LawFundamental Rights and the EUHuman Rights and Civil LibertiesImplementation of EU LawLegislative ProceduresDivision of competencesBrexit and IrelandWorld Trade Organisation (WTO)Surveillance societyLanguages and linguistic diversityHuman Rights
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I am a regular contributor to The Conversation and have contributed research and comment to piece published in the Financial Times, Slate and The Christian Science Monitor.
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Roisin holds an LLB from Trinity College Dublin and Masters in International Affairs and Law from the Institut d'études politiques de Paris and Georgetown Law respectively. Róisín was a Fellow of the Institute for International Economic and has worked with the Georgetown Centre for Privacy and Technology Law, the Electronic Privacy Information Centre in Washington D.C., and with the Institute for International and European Affairs in Dublin and has acted as a local expert for the World Bank Report on Women, Business and the Law. Her doctoral research examines digital contracts and fundamental rights in the European Union and is funded by the Irish Research Council. A full list of her publications and conference papers is available on request.