Dr Sean Molloy is a Lecturer at Northumbria Law School and an affiliate of PeacRep: The Peace and Conflict Resolution Evidence Platform, University of Edinburgh. Sean’s research focuses on emergency law, human rights, and the children, young people, peace and security agenda. He holds a PhD from Edinburgh University and degrees from Queen’s University, Belfast, University of Ulster and Liverpool John Moore’s. Sean teaches various public law and criminal law courses, as well as delivering training on police powers to police trainees at Durham Constabulary. He has published in the areas of international human rights law, constitutional law and transitional justice, and authored numerous reports on peace agreements.