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Dr Martina McClean

Lecturer/ Admissions Tutor for Law

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • School of Law and Politics

Qualifications

  • PhD (University of Hull)

Summary

Dr McClean (nee K?nnecke) trained as a lawyer and legal translator in Britain and Germany.

She completed her PhD examining English and German Administrative law. Her monograph, Tradition and Change in Administrative Law, has a worldwide readership.

Dr McClean has published in the field of comparative law, EU law and legal translation.

She is currently working on research into legal transnationalism and communication. Her research has been cited by the House of Lords.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate:

- Comparative Law (Convenor)

- European Union Law

- Public Law and Administration

- Public Law and the Constitution

Book Chapter

Hull Law School Erasmus - Studying and working abroad - Impact study on the Erasmus Year abroad experience

Künnecke, M. (2019). Hull Law School Erasmus - Studying and working abroad - Impact study on the Erasmus Year abroad experience. In M. Sacco (Ed.), Brexit: A Way Forward, 89-118

Offene Staatlichkeit Grossbritannien

Künnecke, M., & McClean, M. (2008). Offene Staatlichkeit Grossbritannien. In A. von Bogdandy, P. Cruz Villalon, & P. M. Huber (Eds.), Handbuch Ius Publicum EuopaeumIus Publicum Europaeum: Cf muller

Divergence and the Francovich remedy in German and English Courts

Kunnecke, M. (2008). Divergence and the Francovich remedy in German and English Courts. In S. Prechal, & B. van Roermund (Eds.), The Coherence of EU Law: The Search for Unity in Divergent Concepts, 233 - 254. Oxford University Press (OUP). doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199232468.001.0001

Journal Article

Translation in the EU: language and law in the EU's judicial labyrinth

Künnecke, M. (2013). Translation in the EU: language and law in the EU's judicial labyrinth. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, 20(2), 243-260. doi:10.1177/1023263X1302000206

English as common legal language: Its expansion and the effects on civil law and common law lawyers

Künnecke, M. (2017). English as common legal language: Its expansion and the effects on civil law and common law lawyers. European review of private law = Revue européenne de droit privé = Europäische Zeitschrift für Privatrecht, 24(5), 733-757

Research interests

Comparative Law ,

EU Law,

German Law

Postgraduate supervision

Dr McClean welcomes applications in the field of comparative public law, legal translation and European Union law.

Completed PhDs

- Dr Lang Zhiheng, China Scholarship Council, viva in April 2016

- Dr Marton Varju, successfully completed his PhD thesis in 2008