As an Associate at Article One, Bronagh supports our work in business and human rights, responsible innovation, and sustainability. From the EMEA office in Dublin, she brings her skill in research and analysis to support our clients’ projects across a range of sectors.
Prior to taking up her role with Article One, Bronagh worked as a Judicial Assistant to the Court of Appeal of Ireland. In this role, she furnished legal research to the Superior Courts.
Bronagh has an active interest in the European Union and has completed an internship with Human Rights Watch’s EU Advocacy Team and a Schuman Traineeship with the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights. She is the published author of articles on the human rights implications of emerging border technologies and supply chain resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bronagh is a graduate of the European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) located in Venice. She spent her second semester in Seville undertaking a specialised programme on business and human rights. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law with Philosophy from University College Dublin (BCL) and a Higher Diploma in Advanced Languages and Global Communication from University College Cork (HDip).
In 2023, Bronagh completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainability in Enterprise (PG Cert) jointly awarded by University College Cork, Maynooth University and Atlantic Technological University. Through this program, Bronagh developed an understanding of measuring sustainable development, environmental assessments, natural capital and ecosystem services, circular economy, and systems thinking in environmental sustainability.