University College Dublin
Domaine d'expertise : Irish constitutional and administrative law, media law and comparative constitutional law
Eoin Carolan is a Professor at University College Dublin and an expert in Irish constitutional and administrative law, media law and comparative constitutional law. He has authored or co-authored a number of publications, including "The Right to Privacy: A Doctrinal and Comparative Analysis" (Round Hall, 2008), "The Irish Constitution: Gouvernance and Values" (eds) (Round Hall, 2008), "The New Separation of Powers : A Theory for the Modern State" (Oxford University Press, 2009) and "Media Law in Ireland" (Bloomsbury, 2010). His most recent research examines the implications of behavioural and social science for various legal questions, including the design of public institutions, strategies for constitutional change, and privacy and data protection online. The work is inter-disciplinary and empirical in character and has been published in journals across the fields of law, political science and computer technology.
Lundi 03 décembre 2018 de 14h00 à 16h00 (DOYE 31) : Using Direct Democracy' Techniques as Methods of Constitutional Change (with a focus on UK and Ireland) - Droit constitutionnel [LCOPS1211] - Plus d'informations
Jeudi 06 décembre 2018 de 14h00 à 16h00 (MORE 56) : The Citizen's Assembly in Ireland, mini publics and constitutional change - Théorie de l'Etat [LETAT2201] - Plus d'informations
Activités de recherche
Mardi 04 décembre 2018 de 12h30 à 14h00 (Salle Dabin) : Remedial Creativity in Common Law Courts - Séminaire - Plus d'informations