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Dr Adam Ramshaw

Assistant Professor

Department: Northumbria Law School

Adam is an Assistant Professor at Northumbria Law School. 

Adam has published in leading journals such as Legal Studies, the European Law Review, and the European Human Rights Law Review.

Adam's research is broadly concerned with human rights, constitutional law, legal theory, and property. Adam is particularly interested in how courts use concepts such as proportionality to assess the infringement of fundamental rights.

Adam is a member of the UKRI Talent Peer Review College. 

Before academia Adam practised as a paralegal at Bond Dickinson, taking instructions from the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation, and Skills.

Adam Ramshaw

Human rights, constitutional law, legal theory, and property.

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • A Crack in the Mirror: Reclaiming the Human Rights Narrative from Strasbourg in Agenda Setting Theory and Legal Narrative, Ramshaw, A. 21 Apr 2022, In: European Human Rights Law Review
  • Modern Studies in Property Law, Volume 11, Farran, S., Hewitson, R., Ramshaw, A. 29 Jul 2021
  • What could have been and may yet still be: Brexit, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the right to have rights , Ramshaw, A. 2 Dec 2020, In: European Law Review
  • ‘World of Warcraft is My Home From Home’: An Argument for the Protection of Virtual Worlds, Ramshaw, A. 10 Dec 2020, In: Journal of Law, Technology and Trust
  • The Case for Replicable Structured Full Proportionality Analysis in all Cases Concerning Fundamental Rights, Ramshaw, A. 1 Mar 2019, In: Legal Studies

  • Barry Magee Can a theory of title to State Property be constructed for the Irish Free State that is compatible with, the Irish legal view of the foundation of the Irish Free State, the British legal view of the foundation of the Irish Free State and the common law rules of seisin of property? Start Date: 06/09/2022
  • Denise Hunter An exploration of the issues and challenges facing the Irish planning system. Does the recentralisation of power to central Government provided for under Section 28 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 sideline democracy? Start Date: 06/05/2021 End Date: 05/10/2022
  • John O'Malley Towards sheriff reform: An analysis of the legal and political context surrounding the Irish State’s failure to implement the chief recommendation contained in the Law Reform Commission Report on Debt Collection: (1) The Law Relating to Sheriffs, namely that the present responsibilities of County Registrars in the enforcement of judgements in civil cases should be ended and the sheriff system in Dublin and Cork be extended to the entire country Start Date: 08/07/2020
  • Rachel Williams A critical examination of the overriding powers contained in Section 203 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 Start Date: 04/04/2018
  • Rachel Williams A critical examination of the overriding powers contained in Section 203 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 Start Date: 04/04/2018

  • Law PhD January 09 2017
  • Law LLB (Hons) June 30 2012
  • HEA Fellowship

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