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Dr Anne Smith Lecturer

School of Law
Research Institute
Transitional Justice Institute
Room MG121D
Magee campus
BT48 7JL

+44 (0)28 716 75154
Anne   Smith

Anne Smith is a Lecturer in Human Rights Law.  Before taking up a lectureship at the Transitional Justice Institute / School of Law in 2004, Anne worked as a  Research Associate  at the School of Law, Queen's University of Belfast from  2002-2003. From 2001-2002 she was the Human Rights Training Officer for the Human Rights Centre at Queen's University of Belfast. Anne studied Law and Government at Ulster University and graduated with a BA Hons (2:1, first in year). She then graduated at the same university with an LLM in European Law and Policy in December 1999.  She proceeded to write a PhD thesis on Bills of Rights graduating in December 2007 at Ulster University receiving an unconditional pass. Anne received a VCRS and received the UK Postgraduate Canadian Studies Travel Award and Molson Research Award in 2004.  Anne's research and teaching interests are comparative constitutional law, human rights and equality, underpinned by theories of a dialogical approach in these areas. Her publications include Negotiating Social Justice: The Drafting of Bills of Rights (forthcoming) and articles in Human Rights Quarterly, International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, Public Law and other journals. Anne's research has been supported by grants from Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

Research publications

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To view all publications please visit Ulster University Institutional Repository (UIR)