We are delighted to be hosting a Postgraduate International Student Webinar with our colleagues in Global Relations on Friday 12 February at 2:00pm (GMT).
A recording of the webinar can be accessed here
Our Postgraduate Taught programme include:
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The School of Law is very proud of its postgraduate programmes which attract top legal graduates from prestigious universities over 30 countries annually. Students benefit from an intellectually rigorous and culturally diverse environment, enriched by a deep sense of community. Our established Postgraduate taught programmes offer an array of modules with a European and international focus, providing students with an education that will enhance their mobility in pursuing global careers.
Professor Deirdre Ahern is an Associate Professor in Trinity College Dublin's Law School where she is the Director of Teaching and Learning (Postgraduate). Convenor of the Technologies, Law and Society Research Group and a member of the School's Corporate Law, Governance and Capital Markets Research Group, her primary research areas are corporate law, comparative corporate law, corporate governance and commercial law as well as the emerging areas of FinTech regulation and AI. Professor Ahern is an appointed member of the European Commission's Informal Company Law Expert Group for 2020-2024
Professor Desmond Ryan LL.B. (Dubl.), B.C.L., M.A. (Oxon.), Ph.D. (Dubl.), Barrister-at-Law, F.T.C.D. is an Associate Professor and Director of the LL.M Programmes in the School of Law t Trinity College Dublin. His principal areas of research interest are in Employment Law and Tort Law, with a particular emphasis on the contract of employment, vicarious liability and dismissal law. He is interested in all aspects of the law of obligations and is a convenor of the Private Law Group.
Professor Alexandros Seretakis is the Director of the MSc Law and Finance programme and teaches courses in Financial Services, Mergers and Acquisitions and Alternative Investment Fund Regulation. Prior to joining Trinity College, Alexandros completed his PhD at the University of Luxembourg where he also taught courses in Alternative Investment Funds and EU Company Law. Furthermore, he acted as a consultant and was involved in the setting up of a fintech start-up. Alexandros holds a law degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, an LL.M. in Banking and Finance from the University College of London, an LL.M. in Corporation Law from the New York University and was a research fellow at the NYU Pollack Center for Law and Business
Lucia della Ventura completed the LL.M (Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law) programme in academic year 2018/20. She is currently undertaking Ph.D studies at the School of Law. Her research investigates the legal role of Decentralised Artificial Intelligence systems (DzAI) in Blockchain-based applications, with particular emphasis on regulation and liability issues.
Kelley McCabe is the Postgraduate Administrative Officer at the School of Law. She manages the administrative processes relating to the School of Law’s Postgraduate Taught (LL.M, MSc Law and Finance) and Postgraduate Research (Ph.D/M.Litt) programmes, from the admission stage to graduation.