Attorney and politician who was simply the 8th Chief executive of Ireland from 1997 to 2011. She was well-known for her sights on interpersonal equality as well as the 1st Chief executive of Ireland to attended from either North Ireland or Ulster. She worked well like a barrister and was called Professor of Felony Legislation, Criminology and Penology at Trinity University, Dublin. She been successful Mary Robinson as Chief executive, thus producing her the very first feminine world leader to achieve success another. She wedded accountant and dental professional, Martin McAleese in 1997. Michael Higgins changed her as Chief executive of Ireland in November 2011.
|1||She was the 2009 Commencement Speaker at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts.|
|2||Apart from Eamon de Valera, she is the only President not to have been born in the territory of the Republic of Ireland|
|Los desayunos de TVE||2011||TV Series||Herself|
|The Story of Ireland||2011||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|The 6th Annual Irish Film and Television Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself (as President Mary McAleese)|
|4th Irish Film and Television Awards||2007||TV Special||Herself (as President Mary McAleese)|
|The Late Late Show||2004||TV Series||Herself|
|From Ardoyne to the Áras: Inside the McAleese Presidency||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself - 8th President of Ireland|
|Question Time||1994||TV Series||Herself|
|The Diamond Queen||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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|1||Part of her 2009 commencement speech: Over 40 years ago when I was in my mid-teens, I announced at home that I had decided to become a lawyer. The first words I heard in response 'You can't because you are a woman.' It was the voice of our parish priest. The next voice I heard was my mother's saying, 'Don't listen to him.' To my mother's surprise, I heeded her advice. A couple of years later, the same year that the first human walked on the Moon, I started law school and our first textbook was called 'Learning the Law' by a very eminent jurist, Prof. Glanville Williams. In a chapter ominously entitled 'Women,' he stated his views that law school was no place for women and that our voices were too weak to be heard in a courtroom. That man had clearly never met my mother. He reckoned the only thing to be gained by having female law students was the opportunity it provided to meet suitable spouses. I married a dentist, just for spite.|
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