Cormac completed his undergraduate degree in Law at Jesus College in 2018 and then a BCL at the University of Oxford 2019.
His research at the Intellectual Forum focused on migration law and policy, particularly migrant entitlement to NHS healthcare and the asylum procedure for transgender applicants. He is interested in labour migration, and how labour law can be used to protect migrant workers from exploitation.
While an intern, Cormac worked with Dr Sarah Steele and produced:
Sarah Steele, Cormac Devlin, David Stuckler, and Martin McKee. "Tougher charging regime for “overseas” patients." BMJ (2017): j4091.
Sarah Steele and Cormac Devlin. "Access and entitlements for migrants and visitors to the UK in the English National Health Service." in Kuehlmeyer, Klingler and Huxtable (eds) Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Healthcare for Migrants: Perspectives from the UK and Germany (2018), Ch.7.