School Of Law
Sutherland School of Law
Dr. Andrew Jackson is a graduate of Oxford University (BA,
Law) and of Cambridge University (LLM). He also holds an MSc in Biodiversity
and Conservation from Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and a PhD from TCD on EU
environmental policy and law.
Dr. Jackson's research interests focus on environmental and planning law and policy at international, EU and Irish levels, and he welcomes expressions of interest from prospective doctoral and post-doctoral students in these fields.
Dr. Jackson previously worked for international law firm Slaughter and May, in London and Paris; for the UK government's legal service, in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra); and with NGOs Friends of the Irish Environment and An Taisce, the National Trust for Ireland, where he was Natural Environment Officer and In-house Solicitor.
Dr. Jackson has been involved in public interest environmental and planning disputes for many years, including before the Irish, English and EU courts, and is an invited member of ELAW (Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide), a global alliance of public interest environmental lawyers, scientists and other advocates.
Dr. Jackson recently completed a research project with the Access Initiative and the World Resources Institute (recently ranked the top environmental think tank globally) which involved developing indicators testing countries' implementation of the Aarhus Convention, an international convention on environmental democracy rights.
|Jackson, A.L.R. (2018) Conserving Europe's Wildlife: Law and Policy of the Natura 2000 Network of Protected Areas. Abingdon: Routledge. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Jackson, ALR (2016) 'Environmental governance challenges in post-Brexit Europe: the case of water charging in Ireland'. Australian Environment Review, 31 (6):202-209. [Details]|
|Jackson, A.L.R. (2014) 'Bund Naturschutz in Bayern Revisited: The Required Standard of Protection under the EU's Habitats Directive Prior to a Site's Adoption as a Site of Community Importance'. Journal of Environmental Law, 26 (3):495-506. [Details]|
|Jackson, A.L.R. (2011) 'Renewable energy vs. biodiversity: Policy conflicts and the future of nature conservation'. Global Environmental Change, 21 (4):1195-1208. [Details]|
|Jackson, A.L.R. (2010) The Emerald Isle? Ireland's environmental compliance record in cross-EU terms. Website article [Details]|
|Jackson, ALR (2016) A conversation with Andrew Jackson on the use of satellite and aerial imagery in environmental disputes. Interview [Details]|
|Dr. Jackson's research interests focus on environmental and planning law and policy at international, EU and Irish levels, and he welcomes expressions of interest from prospective doctoral and post-doctoral students in these fields.|