Ms. Anna-Louise Hinds LLB, LLM
| "What interests me about European Union law is that, although a vast subject-matter, its rules and processes, their implementation and enforcement have a huge bearing on the daily activities of individuals, companies and industry."
Anna-Louise Hinds holds a Bachelor of Corporate Law and an LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) degree from N.U.I., Galway and an LL.M. (European Law) from the College of Europe, Bruges. She was an Assistant Lecturer in Law for one year at the Dublin Institute of Technology, where she taught Constitutional Law and the Law of Tort before joining the Law School at the National University of Ireland, Galway in 2001. She was also an Associate Member of the Law School in the Law Society of Ireland from 2000-2008. Anna-Louise’s academic interests include EU Law, Competition Law and Trade Law and she currently lectures European Union Law, Comparative Competition Law and International Trade Law at undergraduate level and EU Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights at masters level. She also acts as the N.U.I., Galway Director for the Annual Irish Universities’ Trip to the European Institutions.
She is currently undertaking doctoral studies in University College Dublin on the topic of the European Commission’s Antitrust Procedures and the rule of law in ensuring effective enforcement.
Anna-Louise’s research interests lie currently in the area of competition law, particularly procedural and enforcement aspects of competition law and the extent to the European Commission's competition enforcement procedures respect principles of due process, the interpermeability of procedural and substantive rules of competition law, the impact of law enforcement on compliance with the law, regulatory theory and the issue of optimal law enforcement in the context of competition law.
Anna-Louise has published a book on Competition Law with Thomson Roundhall, for which she obtained Millenium Research Funding from N.U.I., Galway. She has conducted joint research on the WTO’s Doha Development Round, resulting in several refereed journal articles, and conference papers. In addition to these and other referred journal articles, Anna-Louise has presented at various international conferences.
|Hinds,A. L. (2006) Essential Law Texts - Competition Law. : Oak Tree Press/ Thomson Roundhall. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Hinds, A. L, O'Donoghue, A. (2008) 'Ireland and the WTO: dancing at the crossroads?'. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 19 :169-183. [Details]|
|Hinds, A.L, Pech, L. (2007) 'When the Public Interest Masks Lawyers’ Interests: Luxembourg’s Failure to Adhere to Directive 98/5'. Irish Journal of European Law, 14 :161-187. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) 'La Règle de Droit dans l'Economie Mondiale'. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 19 :207-219. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) 'The New EC Merger Regulation - The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same?'. European Business Law Review, 17 (6). [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) 'The Results of the Hong Kong Ministerial Conference: Ireland - Ignoring Reality?'. Commercial Law Practitioner, 13 (4):92-97. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) 'The Results of the Hong Kong Ministerial Conference: Little more than an agreement to agree?'. Commercial Law Practitioner, 13 (3):67-74. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2005) 'Airtours: A Consolidation of Existing Law on Collective Dominance'. Irish Journal of European Law, 12 (2~ 3):233-258. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2005) 'New EC Competition Decentralisation Policy: An Effective Enforcement Mechanism?'. Irish Law Times, 23 :70-76. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2001) 'Vertical Restraints Recent EC Reforms'. Irish Law Times, :23-29. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2001) 'The EC Approach to Essential Facilities'. Irish Law Times, 19 :298-302. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2000) 'The Wireless Telegraphy Act after Laurentiu'. Irish Law Times, 18 :250-254. [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) Call it what you will: The Doha Development Round and Ireland. Irish Association of Law Teachers, Annual Conference. Cork, Ireland: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2006) Tolerance in Diversity - The Irish Language,Law Tolerance and Diversity: The other's otherness. 6th International Roundtable for the Semiotics of Law. University Littoral Boulogne-sur-Mer, Normandy, France: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2005) EU Language Policy in Context: The Irish Language. Law Faculty Seminar Series National. University of Ireland, Galway Galway, Ireland: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2005) EU Language Policy - A Legal Perspective, Intercultural Legal Communication and Multilingual Interaction in the Legal Space. 5th International Symposium on Bilinguism. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelona, Spain: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2003) Annotation of the Health Insurance (Amendment) Act 2003. Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated. Other Item [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2003) Annotation of the Opticians (Amendment) Act 2003. Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated. Other Item [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2003) Annotation of the Taxi Regulation Act 2003. Irish Current Law Statutes Annotated. Other Item [Details]|
|Hinds, A. L. (2004) Irish Competition Law: The Competition Act 2002. Judicial Studies Institute Journal. Reviews [Details]|
European Union Law; Comparative Competition Law; International Trade Law; EU Competition Law and Intellectual Property