Current Postgraduate Research Students
The Law School currently has approximately 40 Postgraduate Research Students (PGR) on its Ph.D. and M.Litt programmes. Below is a list of selected current PGR students and their thesis titles.
Ph.D. thesis title: Fostering New Challenges to Legal Systems: A Theory For Decentralised Artificial Intelligence Legal Personality
Supervisors: Prof Deirdre Ahern
Ph.D. thesis title: The Right to Resist and Deliberative Democracy: Constitutional Change in Chile
Supervisors: Prof Oran Doyle
Ph.D. thesis title:The Worker and the Constitution: A Theory of Constitutional Labour Law
Supervisors: Prof Mark Bell and Prof Rachael Walsh
Ph.D. thesis title:The Influence of Creditors on Corporate Direction Across Common Law Jurisdictions
Supervisors: Professor Deirdre Ahern
Ph.D. thesis title: Is the United Kingdom Moving from Devolution to Federalism?
Supervisor: Prof Aileen Kavanagh
Ph.D. thesis title: Changed Utterly: Conceptual Stretching and the Impact of the Tax Cases on EU State Aid Law
Supervisor: Prof Caoimhín MacMaoláin
Ph.D. thesis title: Comparative Study on Online Crowdfunding Legislation
Supervisor: Prof Deirdre Ahern
Ph.D. thesis title: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Navigating a Regulatory Framework for the Digital Health Revolution.
Supervisor: Dr Andrea Mullign, Prof Dave Lewis
Ph.D. thesis title: Abnegation of Freedom of Expression by Social Media
Supervisor: Professor Neville Cox