I have recently completed an LL.M in law from Trinity College Dublin and prior to that I obtained an honours degree in Business and Law from University College Dublin.
I was Part of the first class of Law and Economics to be taught in Ireland. I also undertook a research thesis under the supervision of Regis Professor William Binchy in the area of Medical Ethics entitled “An exploratory analysis of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in Ireland: A case for regulation”. Whilst at TCD the key subjects I undertook include but are not limited to Medical Law, Law and Economics, Corruption Law, Law of Evidence, International Criminal Law and Internet Law.
During my time in UCD, the chief subjects taken were Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Property Law, Equity, Medical Law, Law of Torts, Family Law, IP Law, EU Law, Contract Law and Constitutional Law. In addition to Business Topics such as Accountancy, Economics, Operations and Supply Chain Management.
I possess a keen love of literature and writing and to date have received three Cecil Day Lewis Literary Awards including a Silver Medal for Short Story Writing.
I also have an interest in Public Speaking and Debating and have completed many Speech and Drama Guildhall Examinations. Furthermore I was a Participant in Moot Courts during my years in college.
I hope to undertake a Ph.D. in the field of medical ethics from September 2013 and as such would love to gain some further experience in academic writing and instruction in...
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