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Bacik claims snub over abortion stance

Trinity law professor Ivana Bacik has accused Fordham University in New York of snubbing her, claiming that it cancelled a public lecture because of her campaign to legalise abortion in Ireland.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
1st October, 2005

Trinity law professor Ivana Bacik has accused Fordham University in New York of snubbing her, claiming that it cancelled a public lecture because of her campaign to legalise abortion in Ireland.

Bacik, who was due to give a long-scheduled lecture on Globalisation and Irish immigration last Friday, said she was angered at the Jesuit university's “discourteous'‘ snub.

In addition to her work as an immigrant advocate and a criminal-law expert, Bacik is a...

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