Sarah Pryor graduated from Dublin City University in 2014 with a BA in International Relations and was part of the inaugural class of the LLM programme in DCU, 2015-2016.
Sarah’s Masters Dissertation focussed on the changing nature of the concept of parenthood in Irish society due to the increased use and availability of Assisted Reproduction Technologies (ARTs) and the social, political and legal minefields associated with their use.
She is currently working on the SUPRALAT Project. This is a European Commission project which aims to strengthen the procedural rights of suspects by developing and delivering practice-oriented training for lawyers on their role during police interrogation.
Sarah is a committee member of the DCU Socio-legal Studies Review; a peer-reviewed law journal, focussing on national and international socio-legal scholarly work and has participated in events for the Socio-legal Research Centre, DCU. Her research interests are diverse and include the vindication of women’s rights in Ireland and the evolving role of women in Irish society, the female experience in criminal justice systems, and the reintegration and rehabilitation of prisoners in Ireland.