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Morgiane Noel

PhD Candidate, Migration, Climate Change, Human Rights, European Law., Trinity College Dublin

Morgiane is a second year Ph.D. candidate at the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin and an Early Career Researcher at the Trinity Long Room Hub. She has an LLB degree in Belgian Law (with Honours), and a two-year master's degree from the Catholic University of Louvain (EU studies), with a specialisation in EU Law, EU policy and governance (with Honours) and an Erasmus at the University of Geneva. She also has an LLM in International & European Business Law from Trinity College, Dublin, and a Certificate in Humanitarian Law from the College of Europe, Bruges.

She has work experience in legal research and EU policy and is currently a teaching assistant in EU law (School of Law, TCD) and Module Coordinator in ECJ & Other Famous Courts (School of Political Science, TCD). She was also a guest lecturer at DCU in Migration and Climate Change (2023). For years, she has been volunteering for the representation of immigrant communities and the recognition of the rights of women refugees, in particular for the living conditions of women in Direct Provision.In 2022, she launched a research platform that promotes news and legal improvements in climate change and migration. In October 2023, she founded "Books for All Ireland", a non-profit organisation that promotes free access to educational materials and better access to higher education.

She also has an interest in geopolitics, environmental issues, art, culture, literature, sociology and history (with a preference for general European history, the Roman and Ottoman Empires, World War II, the history of decolonisation and the history of women's rights).
Languages of work : English, French, and Dutch.
Translations: Latin translations, Ancient Greek, and basic notions of Arabic and Spanish.


  • 2022–present
    Ph.D., Trinity College, Dublin


    Trinity College, Dublin, Law