Tony KellyProfessor Tony Kelly enjoyed a career in private practice in Coatbridge in the field of human rights, and has lectured and published extensively in this area of law. He has taken forward cases to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council; the House of Lords; the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Prior to his appointment, as Summary Sheriff to Glasgow and Strathkelvin in April 2016, he also enjoyed extended rights of audience before the Court of Session, the High Court of Justiciary and the International Criminal Court. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Judicial Institute. Sheriff Kelly was member of the advisory Board, of the newly formed Scottish Women's Rights Centre. He was a Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal (Social Entitlement and Immigration and Asylum Chambers), and a legal member of the Parole Board for Scotland. He is a Centre for the Study of Human Rights Law Board Member and teaches human rights at postgraduate level.
Mr. Douglas Alastair Cubie, Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Ireland, April 2013
The focus of Dug’s visit to Strathclyde was to explore linkages between climate justice, natural disasters and human rights, funded through an Irish Research Council New Foundations Grant.
Dug’s interests are in the areas of humanitarian assistance, international development and refugee protection. His doctoral research analyses the right to humanitarian assistance following natural and human-made disasters, and the potential codification of these rights into international law.
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