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Elizabeth Agnew


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    United Kingdom


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Elizabeth's research interests include children's rights, harmful sexual behaviour among young people and children's engagement online. Her PhD thesis provided a critical analysis on the emergence, nature and impact of cyberbullying and sexting among young people in Northern Ireland.

Elizabeth is currently conducting an ESRC funded study on young people's understanding of consent. The project is titled 'Sexting, Consent and Young People: Regulatory Challenges in the Digital Age'. 


Criminal Law (UG Level 1) (TA)

Legal Methods and Skills (UG Level 1) (TA)

Tort (UG Level 2) (TA)

Evidence (UG Level 3) (TA)


Criminal Liability (UG Level 3) (Guest Lecturer)

Medical Law and Ethics (UG Level 3) (Guest Lecturer)

Crime, Justice and Society (LLM) (Guest Lecturer)




Global Skills Committee Member (Director of Public Engagement and Impact)



2013-2018 PhD in Law, Queen's University Belfast

2010-2011 Masters in Criminal Justice, Queen's University Belfast

2007-2010 LLB Honours Law, Queen's University Belfast


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