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Our Team \ Bláthnaid Breslin (Joint Editor-in-Chief)


Bláthnaid recently graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first class degree. She is currently undertaking the BPTC in London, funded by a Lord Denning scholarship. From September, she will be studying for the BCL at the University of Oxford. She has a particular interest in land law and social housing.

Originally joining Keep Calm Talk Law as a Deputy Editor in April 2018, Bláthnaid took on the day-to-day running of Keep Calm Talk Law as a Joint Editor-in-Chief on 1 August 2018, working alongside Connor Griffith.

Outside the law, Bláthnaid is a talented tennis player who played for the University of Nottingham Ladies’ II Team. Her name is pronounced Blah-nid or Blonnid.

Articles by Bláthnaid

Keep Calm Talk Law: Moving Forward 3rd September 2019

'Under the Wig': An Interview with William Clegg QC 5th October 2018

Book Review: 'Under the Wig' by William Clegg QC 2nd October 2018

Film Review: 'The Children Act' - Does Justice Care? 2nd September 2018

Changing of the Guard: Moving Keep Calm Talk Law Forward 12th August 2018

#MeToo, #IBelieveHer and the Belfast Trial: Drawing Distinctions 27th April 2018

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Keep Calm Talk Law: Moving Forward

3rd Sep 2019

Changing of the Guard: Moving Keep Calm Talk Law Forward

12th Aug 2018

An Anniversary or Two: Four Years of Keep Calm Talk Law

11th Nov 2017

Rising from the Ashes: The Return of Keep Calm Talk Law

18th Nov 2016

Two Years On, Keep Calm Talk Law’s Legacy is Expanding

11th Nov 2015


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