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Dr Sean Molloy


Department: Northumbria Law School


  • Law PhD July 04 2018
  • Law LLM December 17 2012
  • Law LLM June 11 2011
  • Law LLB July 10 2009

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Brexiting human rights diplomacy at the United Nations Human Rights Council, Smith, R., Mallory, C., Molloy, S. 20 Apr 2020, In: The International Journal of Human Rights
  • Coronavirus and parliament: A brief history of sunset clauses, Molloy, S. 28 Apr 2020
  • Covid-19 and Constitutional Responses to Emergency: Examining Small Island Developing States, Molloy, S., Farran, S. 12 Jun 2020
  • Covid-19 and Derogations Before the European Court of Human Rights, Molloy, S. 10 Apr 2020
  • Covid-19 and the Right to Water: The Impact of Handwashing Guidance in Atolls with Limited Running Water, Molloy, S., Farran, S., Smith, R. 21 Aug 2020
  • Covid-19, Emergency Legislation and Sunset Clauses, Molloy, S. 8 Apr 2020
  • Elgizouli v Secretary of State for the Home Department: The Missing Rationality Challenge, Molloy, S. 20 May 2020
  • Exploring the Relationship between Peace Agreements and the Ratification of International Human Rights Treaties, Molloy, S. 2020

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