Róisín A Costello
Róisín Costello is a PhD Candidate in the School of Law where her research examines the impact of digital technologies on fundamental rights and is funded by the Irish Research Council. Róisín received her LLB from Trinity College Dublin and holds Masters degrees with distinction in International Affairs, and Law from the Institut d’études politiques de Paris and Georgetown Law respectively. While at Georgetown Róisín was a Fellow of international economic law, a clerk with the Electronic Privacy Information Centre working on consumer protection, and a Research Assistant for the Georgetown Centre for Privacy and Technology. Her research has been presented at Cambridge University, ICON-S and the WG Hart Workshop and she has been published in several journals including the European Human Rights Law Review and the Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law. Róisín has contributed research to the 2018 World Bank Report on Women, Business and the Law and serves on the Emerging Voices panel of the ‘Future of the EU 27’ project at the Institute of International and European Affairs which is supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs, she is also a contributing writer for Justis on law and technology.
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Crucial video evidence of war crimes is being deleted – how can it be saved?
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