Liam Thornton resides at 2 Double Jack Ct in Park City UT 84060 and completed his bachelor’s degree from Santa Clara University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
As lecturer in law and director of clinical legal education at UCD School of Law, he has extensive knowledge on human rights and social security law issues that has been published on.
Early Life and Education
Thornton offers classes on Irish legal system and property law as well as international human rights and European law. In addition, he conducts research in areas like asylum and refugee law as well as social security law – with particular attention paid to understanding Ireland’s direct provision system’s socio-economic effects.
Padraig says her father was known to the British as “Drennan”; at home he rarely spoke of the Rising, so to protect himself he created the New Ireland Assurance Company as a cover.
Carley Hitchins from Mr Thornton’s counsel claimed he had an excellent work history and no criminal history, suggesting bail conditions that included not contacting or entering her suburb or using Snapchat would help address her concerns.
He possesses extensive expertise in strategic planning, market research, site selection, lease negotiations, development feasibility assessments and project advisory for sports and entertainment venues and related mixed-use districts.
He currently serves as Executive Vice President of Strategy & Development for ASM Global, overseeing its venue development program – both domestically and internationally – which encompasses expansion of their club and concert venue business.
Liam holds both his Bachelor of Civil Law (International) and Doctorate degrees from University College Cork, along with a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice. His PhD research explored reception conditions for asylum seekers in Ireland and the UK. Liam co-authored with Tanya Ni Mhuirthile and Catherine O’Sullivan at UCD the Fundamentals of Irish Legal System: Law Policy and Politics Roundhall student textbook co-published with Roundhall Student Publications as a Roundhall Student Textbook series at Roundhall student bookstore; further tendered research projects were performed for Law Society Ireland, Irish Human Rights Commission as well as various nongovernmental organisations within national.
Achievement and Honors
John has extensive real estate development experience, having served as the Senior Vice President of Development at House of Blues Entertainment until February 2007. Prior to that he also held positions at Universal Studios.
At UCD’s School of Law, he lectures on asylum and refugee law as well as social security law issues. Additionally, he serves as co-editor of the journal Social Justice Law as well as contributing to several edited book collections.
He currently acts as Access Officer for UCD School of Law, leading initiatives to ensure all individuals can gain access to law degrees offered at UCD. In this capacity he has conducted tendered research for both the Law Society of Ireland and Irish Human Rights Commission; pro bono legal research work for legal practitioners as well as national non-governmental organisations has also been undertaken under his auspices.
Liam serves as Senior Vice President of Strategy and Development at Official Asm Global, overseeing investments, acquisitions and developments of sports and entertainment venues and related mixed-use districts. His expertise covers strategic planning, investment analysis, project finance, market research, land acquisition/entitlement processes as well as project management responsibilities.
Padraig’s father served in the 26th Battallion of the Old IRA during revolutionary times and his daughter Anne recalls his character as being strong yet disciplined, even while suffering from illness.
Padraig recalls him as being particularly fond of Michael Collins and working alongside Leo Henderson to form Cumann na nGaedheal from pre-Treaty IRA fighters, along with Cumann na nGaedheal leader Gerry Adamson. However, De Valera wasn’t someone Padraig particularly appreciated because it impeded economic progress within Ireland.
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Thornton boasts not only an impressive acting career, but also has amassed an estimated net worth of $70 Million.
He holds numerous real estate investments, including multiple homes in Beverly Hills that were purchased from Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash, as well as a cliffside home in Malibu.
His acting career has been key in his earnings. He has appeared in over 95 movies and TV shows, becoming best-known for roles such as Sling Blade and Armageddon as well as Lorne Malvo on Fargo TV series.
Thornton serves on the board of ASM Global as Executive Vice President (EVP), Strategy & Development, with expertise in strategic planning, market research, site selection, partnership negotiations, project development and more.