Sinead graduated from National University of Ireland, UCD with a BCL in 1988 and, having graduated from The Honorable Society of Kings Inns with a Degree of Barrister at Law, was called to the Irish Bar in 1990. On foot of an award of a scholarship by the Department of Education Sinead completed a bilingual postgraduate course in EC law at the College of Europe in Bruges, following which she did a stage at DG IV of the European Commission in Brussels. Sinead then spent a total of eight years working as a legal adviser to major Irish financial institutions. During that time she graduated with an LL.M. (with special mention) in Commercial Law from UCD. Before taking up the position of Teaching Assistant at University of Limerick, Sinead spent two years at O Donnell Sweeney, Solicitors in Dublin.
Commercial Law, Company law,Corporate Finance and Competition Law
2001 O'DonnellSweeney Solicitors - *
1998 UCD - Master of Laws
1991 College of Europe, Bruges - Master of Laws European
1990 The Honorable Society of Kings Inns -
1988 University College Dublin - B.C.L.
1990 - Scholarship to College of Europe,Bruges
Delivered one of eight lectures on the community Law Programme in april 2012. My lecture was on Company and Competition law. I also did that in 2013.
What Legal and Ethical Issues Should Primary Care Researchers Consider in the Development and Conduct of Research Involving Population Health Datasets: A Discussion Paper'
Sinead Eaton, Prof Walter Cullen and Denise McMahon (2014) What Legal and Ethical Issues Should Primary Care Researchers Consider in the Development and Conduct of Research Involving Population Health Datasets: A Discussion Paper'.
MEDICO - LEGAL JOURNAL OF IRELAND