Ms Ann Sherlock

BCL, LLM National University of Ireland

Ms Ann Sherlock

Senior Lecturer

Contact Details

Please note: The Welsh version of this profile contains additional or more detailed information.

Teaching

Module Coordinator
Lecturer
Tutor

My teaching is mainly in the area of Public law and Human Rights, including modules on Public Law, European Law, Human Rights law, and Devolution in the UK.

Postgraduate Supervision

My supervision of postgraduate theses at Masters and PhD level has largely fallen within the general area of public law. The most recent theses I have supervised have been: States of emergency in international and domestic law; Democracy and human rights; Reciprocity in international law; Special Educational Needs in England & Wales and Ireland; Law and practice on Special Educational Needs in Wales; The Children's Commissioner for Wales; Welsh Language in the Courts in the 21st Century; Constitutional Adjudication in Kuwait; Federalism in Malaysia; Judicial Review in the United Arab Emirates.

Research

Ann’s research interests lie in the general field of public law, and in particular concern: legal aspects of devolution in Wales; human rights (esp. ECHR and UNCRC); the implementation within Wales of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; Commissioners in Wales - the roles, remits and status of the Welsh Commissioners with particular focus on the Children’s Commissioner and Older People’s Commissioner.

Publications

A Welsh Model of Commissioners?Sherlock, A., Royles, E. & Williams, J. 2016 In : Cambrian Law Review.45 (2014)
The continuing development of devolution in WalesSherlock, A. 2015 In : European Public Law.21, 3, p. 429-44113 p.
Human rights in the National Assembly for WalesSherlock, A. P. 2015 Parliaments and Human Rights: Redressing the Democratic Deficit.Hart Publishing, p. 239-254 (Hart Studies in Constitutional Law)
WalesSherlock, A. 2012 Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education. Glenn, C. L., De Groof, J. & Candal, C. S. (eds.). Wolf Legal Publishers, Vol. 4
Devolution in transition in WalesSherlock, A. 2011 In : European Public Law.17, 1, p. 25-3410 p.
A New Devolution Settlement for WalesSherlock, A. 2008 In : European Public Law.14, 3, p. 275-30915 p.
Listening to children in the field of education: experience in WalesSherlock, A. 2007 In : Child and Family Law Quarterly.19, 2, p. 161-18222 p.
Human Rights in post-devolution Wales:For Wales, See Wales?Sherlock, A. 2006 In : Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly.57, 1, p. 138-15518 p.
Islamic Dress, Institutions of Education and Freedom of Religion under the ECHR: A UK perspectiveSherlock, A. & Williams, K. 2005 In : Wales Journal of Law and Policy.p. 214-23017 p.
Special Educational Needs in WalesWilliams, K., Rainey, B. & Sherlock, A. 2004 In : Wales Journal of Law and Policy.p. 17-3317 p.