Aoife O'Donoghue

Professor, Durham Law School, Durham University

Aoife's research focuses on public international law with a specific interest in global governance. Aoife's current research centres on global constitutionalisation and the legal structures which have developed within international law to regulate governance including courts and interntional organisations. She has published a number of articles on global constitutionalisation, constitutionalism, good offices, neutrality as well as the role of law in conflict. Building on her international law focus, Aoife research expores the relationship between feminism and international law. As part of this research, with Máiréad Enright of Kent Law School and Julie McCandless of LSE, Aoife is Co-Director of the Irish Feminist Judgments Project. The project builds on the Feminist Judgments Project, which was also a collaboration between academics at Kent and Durham. Aoife was one of the founding contributors to humanrights.ie and regularly contributes articles on her research relating to current developments in international law. Aoife has also been a Visiting Scholar at the PluriCourts Centre at the University of Oslo, the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at Cambridge, the British Institute for International and Comparative Law and the Law Faculty of Universtiy College Cork. Aoife is also a member of the International Law Association's working group on due diligence.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer, Durham Law School, Durham University