Gráinne Clarke


Gráinne is an Irish LL.M final year candidate, from the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna , Italy with a specialisation in Global and Transnational Legal Culture. Her previous studies include a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Cagliari, Italy, and preliminary studies in International Politics from the University College Dublin, Ireland. Her bachelor’s thesis focused on Migration and Asylum Law across EU confines.
In 2019 as part of the ERASUS internship programme she worked in the University of Warwick, United Kingdom, where she performed researched alongside professors specialised in HR, Refugee Law, and Forced Migration Studies. 
In 2020 she followed The Hague Academy of Law Summer Courses in Private and Public International Law and in the coming months, she will represent the University of Bologna Law faculty in the Nuremburg Moot Court Competition, Germany.
A previous volunteer for NGOs such as the Irish/German Red Cross and Amnesty International Italia. She will be based three months in our Rome Head Quarters and three months in our Brussels office.
A mother tongue Irish and English speaker, fluent in Italian and currently studying French and Spanish. Her core areas of interest are in International Criminal Justice and Human Rights Law.