Maria Fletcher is Senior Lecturer in European Law and Employability officer in the School of Law. She teaches on EU law-related courses at both under-graduate and post-graduate level and her research interests lie in the field of EU constitutional law and EU criminal Justice and migration. She is on the Steering Group of the University of Glasgow's Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet) and the Director of the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe (SULNE). Maria is a member of the Equality and Diversity team in the School of Law.
Seonaid is a graduate of the School of Law, having studied for her LLB, LLM and DPLP at Glasgow. During her studies she won the Bruno Simma Prize for Best International Law Student (2014) and the prize for Best Diploma Student (2016). She was previously an Assistant Legal Officer at the International Criminal Court on a case involving sexual violence in conflict. She is now a Scottish solicitor and co-founder of RebLaw Scotland. Seonaid is proud to have trained at the firm where Madge Easton Anderson was an apprentice.
Marie-Claire graduated from the Law School in 2012 with a degree in Law with French Legal Studies, having studied at the Université Jean Moulin (Lyon III) during her degree. She is now working with NGOs to tell their stories, improve digital presence, impact measurement and messaging. Until July 2018 she was the Marketing and Events Officer for St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital Group, and remains the main communications lead for the organisation. Through her work she has won the British Council Ecorys Erasmus Film Silver Award (2011), and the International Association for the Prevention of Blindness Photography Award (Amateur Category) (2018).