Dr Hélène Tyrrell

Associate Research Fellow
Qualifications: 
LLB (Hons) (Dunelm), MJur (Dunelm), PhD (QMUL)
Special Interests: 
  • Constitutional Law, Administrative Law
  • Human Rights
  • Judicial Reasoning
  • Comparative Law.
Additional Information: 

Hélène is an early career academic at Newcastle University Law School. Her primary research interest is human rights, including the operation of human rights instruments and the interplay with judicial reasoning. 

Other Information: 
Publications: 
  • Hélène Tyrrell, UK Human Rights Law and the Influence of Foreign Jurisprudence (forthcoming, Hart 2018).
  • Hélène Tyrrell, (Publication Review) Connor Gearty, On Fantasy Island (OUP 2016), [2018] Public Law (forthcoming).
  • Lorna McGregor, Rachel Murray, Shirley Shipman, Helene Tyrrell, ‘National Human Rights Institutions in Europe and Dispute Resolution: A mapping’ (April 2017). Part of project National human rights institutions and access to justice, funded by the Nuffield Foundation.
  • Lorna McGregor, Rachel Murray, Shirley Shipman, Helene Tyrrell, ‘First Contact with Complainants: A Human Rights Approach to Triage & Referrals’ (April 2017). Part of project National human rights institutions and access to justice, funded by the Nuffield Foundation.
  • Alexander Horne and Hélène Tyrrell, ‘Sovereignty, Privilege and the European Convention on Human Rights’ in Horne, A, Le Sueur, A, (eds) Parliament: Legislation and Accountability (Hart 2016).
  • Hélène Tyrrell, (Publication Review) Tania Groppi and Marie-Claire Ponthoreau (eds), The Use of Foreign Precedents by Constitutional Judges [2014] Public Law 358.