Research Profile

Anne Neylon

BIOGRAPHY


Anne Neylon is a PhD student at Centre for Human Rights and Criminal Justice at University College Cork. She holds a BCL from NUI Galway and a first class honours LL.M from UCC. Her PhD thesis examines the tools utilised by the UK, Canada and the EU to suspend access to a durable residence status for refugees. In 2011 she was a visiting doctoral student at University of Toronto and Université de Montréal. Her research in Canada was funded by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs "Understanding Canada" programme. She was also previously a visiting study fellow at the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford. Her research interests are in EU law, human rights law, and immigration and asylum law.

Publications

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2011)Migration Law Discussion Group,
Anne Neylon (2011) Citizenship, Refugees and Protected Persons. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Migration Law Discussion Group, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford , 28-NOV-11 - 28-NOV-11
(2012)Society of Legal Scholars,
Anne Neylon (2012) The creation of the “illegal” refugee in Canada. [Invited Oral Presentation], Society of Legal Scholars, University of Bristol , 11-SEP-12 - 11-SEP-12
(2012)Migration, Human Rights and Security in Europe,
Anne Neylon (2012) The Erosion of Refugee status in Law. [Invited Oral Presentation], Migration, Human Rights and Security in Europe, UCL , 11-JUN-12 - 11-JUN-12

Published Case Studies

 YearPublication
(2012)Pullen & Ors v Dublin City Council, [ILDC 1530].
Anne Neylon (2012) Pullen & Ors v Dublin City Council, [ILDC 1530]. Published Case Studies [Details]
(2012)Foy -v- An t-Ard Chláraitheoir & Ors, [ILDC 1531] International Law in Domestic Courts, Oxford Reports on International Law.
Anne Neylon (2012) Foy -v- An t-Ard Chláraitheoir & Ors, [ILDC 1531] International Law in Domestic Courts, Oxford Reports on International Law. Published Case Studies [Details]

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