Biography

Michelle's research focuses on the relationship between science, maths and the law. Her doctoral thesis, under the supervision of Dr Andrea Ryan, investigated the problems surrounding the interpretation of mixed DNA samples. Michelle was awarded the College Medal for Philosophy for her undergraduate degree and she was subsequently awarded both AHSS and School of Law scholarships for her doctoral studies. Her research interests also include criminal law, legal writing and she lectures the Master's module International Comparative Protection of Human Rights Law.

Books

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Book Chapters

DNA Evidence under the Microscope: Why the presumption of innocence is under threat in Ireland

Dr. Michelle Therese Stevenson
2016
Springer
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The presumption of innocence: confirming the threat of cognitive bias in Ireland

Dr. Michelle Therese Stevenson
2016
Aix-en-Provence
Faculté de droit et de science politique Aix-Marseille Université
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Peer Reviewed Journals

Trial by Hard Numbers and Computer Software? Why the Presumption of Innocence may be Imperilled when Mixed DNA Evidence is Presented in Court

Dr. Michelle Therese Stevenson
2017
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