AIRE Centre Founder Talks at CPGL and KU Law
Nuala Mole, the founder and senior lawyer of the AIRE Centre, spoke at the Center for Global Public Law on 19th March 2015 on the rights of Syrian refugees. Mole has worked for more than 25 years in the field of human rights and has written extensively on all aspects of the European Convention on Human Rights and on the free movement of persons under European Union law, with special attention to the interface between the two legal orders. Initially specialising in immigration and asylum, Mole’s work now includes all aspects of international human rights law. Nuala was chosen by the Council of Europe to represent human rights NGOs at the 50th anniversary of the European Convention and was Law Society Human Rights Lawyer of the Year (2001). She has been part of the legal team in over 70 cases before the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.