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Roslyn Fuller

Lecturer in Law

Roslyn Fuller holds a PhD in Public International Law from Trinity College, Dublin for her work on Democracy and International Law. She previously studied at the Georg-August-Universitaet in Goettingen, Germany where she completed her first comprehensive law degree and passed the First State Bar Exams. During her studies she worked at the German Embassy in Dublin and, somewhat more unusually, as a model for some of Ireland's most well-known artists.
She has one published work of fiction "ISAK" revolving around the concept of terrorism, and edited and contributed a short story to the multicultural anthology "Dublin: Ten Journeys, One Destination".
She currently lectures on Trinity's L.L.M. courses and is a frequent contributor to the Irish Law Times and other legal journals.

Wikilicious for the Win Or: Why I Made a Nude Calendar in Aid of Whistleblowers

In addition to my writings on the issue of whistle-blowers, I decided to do something. It was important to me that that something be simple and fun. After all, I am on the side of the righteous here, it's only fair that we all have a walloping good time. A revolution without dancing isn't worth having, and all that jazz.
02/12/2013 12:24 GMT

Assange Still Has What it Takes to Get Media's Knickers in a Twist

While Julian Assange's interview with Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (1) was hardly the provoking event I'd been merrily anticipating, it seems, nonetheless, to have caused a storm in a teacup for the world's leading authorities on investigative journalism.
24/04/2012 07:47 BST

Democracy 4: Another Greek Tragedy - How to Lose Elections

As the proposed referendum on a Greek bail-out goes out the window, I think it is time to reflect on this truly tragic moment, in which the people of a nation that invented democracy are not even given the theroetical chance to vote on a measure that will affect their lives for the next ten years.
10/11/2011 14:56 GMT