Ms Mary Cosgrove


Contact Details


Cairnes Building
T: 091 492576
E: mary.cosgrove@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher
 

Biography

Mary took up her role as lecturer in 2014 following 17 years of experience in industry and practice.

After completing a B.Comm and LL.B in NUI Galway, she trained as a chartered accountant with KPMG, and was subsequently promoted to tax manager.  She left there to take a tax role in the telecoms industry before returning to practice.  Over the years she has advised publicly quoted multinationals, start-ups, high net worth individuals and Not-for-profit organisations.

Mary also holds an  LL.M in International Human Rights Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway. 

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2019) 'A Strange Alchemy; Embedding Human Rights in Tax Policy Spillover Assessments'
Nicholas Lusiani & Mary Cosgrove (2019) 'A Strange Alchemy; Embedding Human Rights in Tax Policy Spillover Assessments' In: Tax, Inequality and Human Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
(2017) 2017 SLSA Conference,
Mary Cosgrove (2017) Now you see it, now you don’t: The corporate veil within groups Contradictory practices in taxation. [Conference Paper], 2017 SLSA Conference, Newcastle , 05-MAY-17. [Details]
(2018) Contemporary Challenges to Human Rights Law,
Mary Cosgrove (2018) Tax Sovereignty v Economic, Social & Cultural Rights: A new battleground for an old conflict. [Conference Paper], Contemporary Challenges to Human Rights Law, Brighton , 30-NOV-18. [Details]
(2017) Irish Accounting & Finance Association Annual Conference 2017,
Mary Cosgrove (2017) Taxpayers' Rights in the European Convention on Human Rights; Comparing where we are to the road not travelled. [Conference Paper], Irish Accounting & Finance Association Annual Conference 2017, Athlone , 18-MAY-17. [Details]
(2016) Human Rights & Tax in an Unequal World,
Mary Cosgrove (2016) Is Spillover Analysis the Key? An assessment of the potential contribution of tax spillover analyses to the tax and human rights debate. [Oral Presentation], Human Rights & Tax in an Unequal World, NYU , 23-SEP-16. [Details]