Dr Giuffré has recently submitted her monograph on the “Readmission of Asylum Seekers under International Law” (Hart Publishing, 2019). As discourses relating to refugees’ access to territory, rescue at sea, and push-backs dominate political debate as never before, this research could not be more timely.
After 16 years as a professional footballer, including time at Aston Villa, Everton, Bolton Wanderers, and full Republic of Ireland honours, a life-threatening disease inspired a major rethink for Gareth.
After two successful decades in radio broadcasting, Dominic was unsure he could study again. But he thrived at Edge Hill, completing an LPC at BPP and becoming a JMW Manchester trainee solicitor.
For Nathan, there’s real satisfaction in seeing his workload lead to success stories for those he helps back on to their feet after past problems.
Performing Arts doesn’t typically lead to Magistrates’ and Crown Court, but it’s where Drama student Laura’s career took her, via an Edge Hill Law degree.
Laura believes it impossible to find success without overcoming the many hurdles in front of us and she’s certainly packed in some adventures since enrolling at Edge Hill, going from BA to MA, travelling Australia for two years, then returning to complete a PGCE.
A high school fascination with TV’s Law and Order inspired Lashay to become a solicitor, arranging a placement with a law firm, her dream becoming reality three years after graduating from Edge Hill.
The learning didn’t stop when Katherine graduated from Edge Hill, this determined student carrying on where she left off, this time at the University of Liverpool.
While Joseph’s time at Edge Hill involved a major balancing act, completing studies amid a number of extra-curricular activities, it was well worth going that further mile.