Chloe Hanna

Chloe Hanna


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Chloe Hanna is a PhD researcher at the School of Law. Her research focuses on reform within the law surrounding sexual violence in Northern Ireland, specifically considering anonymity for defendants in sexual offence trials in light of the recent Gillen Review. Dr Eithne Dowds and Professor Anne-Marie McAlinden supervise this thesis. The project is supported by the Department of the Economy (DfE) and is entitled: 'He Who Shall Not be Named? Rethinking Northern Ireland's Approach to Defendant Anonymity.'



LLB Contract Law (Level 1 - tutor)


LLB Contract Law (Level 1 - tutor)


Chloe is currently the chair of the Student Research Network steering committee, which organises social and academic events for PhD Students in the School of Law.

She also currently volunteers with the NSPCC Young Witness Service, supporting young people as they give evidence in court.

Previously, Chloe worked as the Student Mooting Co-Ordinator for 2021-22 and is passionate about the opportunties afforded to students through the mooting society at Queen's University.



2021-present: PhD in Law, Queen's University Belfast

2020-2021: LLM, Queen's University Belfast

2017-2020: LLB Hons, Queen's University Belfast

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions


  • K Law (General)


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