Join Dr Surabhi Ranganathan from the University of Cambridge for this free seminar – as part of the International Law Regional Seminar Series.
Professor Rob Canton, De Montfort University and author of ‘Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment’ speaks about some of the key themes explored in his recent book.
Tags: CJRC, crime, criminal justice, Criminal Justice Research Centre, philosophy, Professor Rob Canton, punishment, School of Law, School of Sociology and Social Policy, Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment
The University of Nottingham will be hosting a discussion of Professor Philippe Sands’ QC (UCL) critically acclaimed and award winning book East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity.
Professor Joseph’s lecture will focus on the multiple links between sport and human rights, and an Olympic year provides a good opportunity to take stock. One theme concerns the links between major events, like the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, and human rights abuses, such as forced evictions.
The School of Law at The University of Nottingham is delighted to host the 2015 Hamlyn Lecture entitled ‘Even lawyers were children once’ to be delivered by Professor Michael Freeman (UCL).
The Criminal Justice Research Centre present the first Sir John Smith Lecture in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. The Hon Mr Justice Sweeney will deliver the talk ‘Four decades in crime’.
In the first study of its kind researchers are to examine life imprisonment on an international […]
Appears in Issue 74
Tags: Alison Hannah, Anders Breivik, Leverhulme Trust, Life Imprisonment Worldwide: Principles and Practice, Penal Reform International, PRI, Professor Dirk van Zyl Smit, Professor of Comparative and International Penal Law, School of Law