Readership: Scholars and students of human rights law, international migration, and refugee law.
Cathryn Costello, Fellow and Tutor in EU and Public Law, Worcester College, Oxford
Dr Cathryn Costello, B.C.L., (N.U.I., Cork), LL.M. (Bruges), B.L. (Honorable Society of King's Inns), DPhil (Oxon) has been a Fellow and Tutor in EU and Public Law at Worcester College, Oxford since 2003. Previously, she was Lecturer in European Law at the Law School, Trinity College Dublin, and Director of the Irish Centre for European Law. She has written extensively on many areas of EU and ECHR law, in particular immigration and asylum. She has also assisted a number of NGOs in the immigration and asylum fields, including the Irish Refugee Council, the Immigrant Council of Ireland, and the Immigration Law
Practitioners' Association. She has also undertaken research on human rights and refugee law for the European Parliament, the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly and the UNHCR.
1: Destination Europe: Telos and Chora
2: Constructive Human Rights Pluralism
3: Constructing Legal and Illegal Migration
4: Labour Migration
5: Family Migration
6: Protection from Removal
7: Allocation of Responsibility for Asylum Claims
8: The Punitive Turn: Detention of Migrants
9: Conclusions: Future Directions