Professor Claire Breen
Qualifications: BCL NUI LLM PhD Nott
Dr Breen holds a BCL from the National University of Ireland (University College Cork). She also holds an LLM (International Law) and a PhD from the University of Nottingham.
Papers I Teach
- Public Law & Social Justice
- International Law
Claire Breen’s current research interests focus upon the confluence of international human rights law and international humanitarian law, with a particular interest in States' legal obligations arising from post-conflict reconstruction. Dr Breen has previously published extensively in the area of children's rights.
Dr Breen is currently supervising doctoral candidates and has supervised LLM students in the past. She continues to welcome applications for doctoral and graduate supervision for any subject within international human rights law, international humanitarian law and the laws relating to peace operations.
Children; Human Rights; Law; Youth
Breen, C. (2022). Fewer than 1% of New Zealand men take paid parental leave – would offering them more to stay at home help?. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/
Gillespie, A., & Breen, C. (2022). The parliament occupation is over – now New Zealand needs new laws to protect the ‘epicentre of its democracy’. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/
Breen, C., & Gillespie, A. (2022). A century on from the 1919 influenza inquiry, NZ needs a royal commission into its COVID-19 response. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/
Gillespie, A., & Breen, C. (2022). People, Power, and Law A New Zealand History. Hart Publishing.
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