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Patricia Conlan Bio

Lecturer in European Law, University of Limerick
Academic Career: BA, LLB and LLM, National University of Ireland Galway; Dr Iuris, Eberhard-Karls-Universitaet, Tuebingen; for more information see: School of Law, UL
Teaching Interests: European Law: institutional and substantive aspects
Research Interests: The EC as a Rechtsstaat: Ireland as a role model for the candidate countries; enlargement; internal market (especially free movement of persons); international trade; Social policy; labour law; equality; Ireland and the European Communities – European Union – conformity with obligations; migration; parliamentary scrutiny of EU legislation.

Publications on Irish-German Topics

  • Die Bedeutung der EWG-Freizuegigkeit fuer Irland: Duncker + Humblot, Berlin 1991
  • EC/EU Legislation in Ireland: Gill and Macmillan, Dublin 1994
  • EC Labour Legislation in Ireland: Gill and Macmillan, Dublin, 1996
  • WTO - Regulation of World Trade after the Uruguay Round, (with Senti, R.)., Schulthess Polygraphischer Verlag, Zuerich, 1998
  • EC Free Movement of Persons: From Messina to Amsterdam and beyond, via Rome, Luxembourg and Maastricht in, "In einem vereinten Europa dem Frieden der Welt zu dienen..."
  • Liber amicorum Thomas Oppermann, Classen et al (eds.) pp 551-569, Duncker + Humblot, Berlin 2001
  • Ireland and the Internal Market in, Polish Yearbook of International Law (2002) Wladyslaw Czaplinski (editor)