Bernard Ryan became Professor of Migration Law at the University of Leicester in September 2013. He was previously Professor of Law at the University of Kent. He is the co-chair of the Migration and Law Network, which aims to promote the field of migration law in British universities.
Bernard’s research interests cover the field of migration law and policy. He is especially interested in the following areas:
The legal framework relating to irregular migration
International law relating to migration
The implications of diversity for migration law and policy
The relationships between labour migration and employment law.
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