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New book by CJC Member Jacqueline S. Hodgson ‘The Metamorphosis of Criminal Justice’

Published in April 2020 by Oxford University Press, the focus of this book is the potentially radical and fundamental changes that are taking place within criminal justice in Britain and in France and the ways that these are driven by wider domestic, European or international concerns. This metamorphosis away from established values and practices is eroding what were once regarded as core rights and freedoms in the name of efficiency, security and justice to victims.

Mon 07 Sep 2020, 10:32 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre, Staff in action, Book2020

Dr Laura Lammasniemi awarded Leverhulme Fellowship

Congratulations to Assistant Professor, Dr Laura Lammasniemi who has been awarded a Leverhulme Fellowship for her project, “Narratives of sexual consent in criminal courts, 1870-1950”.

Mon 04 May 2020, 12:15 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre, Research, Staff in action

Jackie Hodgson’s new book on The Metamorphosis of Criminal Justice

Professor Jackie Hodgson’s forthcoming monograph "The Metamorphosis of Criminal Justice" analyses several decades of legal and political change, contrasting domestic and European drivers within criminal justice across Britain and France and evaluating the ways that procedural models are able to influence, structure or limit reform.

Mon 02 Mar 2020, 15:09 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre, Jackie Hodgson, Book2020

CJC members Anastasia Chamberlen and Henrique Carvalho shortlisted for SLSA Article Prize 2019

Congratulations to CJC members Anastasia Chamberlen and Henrique Carvalho! Anastasia and Henrique recently published an article, which is one of the three articles that have been shortlisted for the Social-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) Article Prize 2019.


CJC members Jackie Hodgson, Juliet Horne and Laurène Soubise publish research report ‘The Criminal Cases Review Commission – Last resort or first appeal?’

CJC members, Professor Jackie Hodgson, Dr Juliet Horne and Dr Laurene Soubise, have recently published their research report ‘The Criminal Cases Review Commission – Last resort or first appeal?’. The research was funded by the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account.


Scottish Feminist Judgments Project exhibits in the Scottish Parliament

On 10 September 2018, the Scottish Feminist Judgments Project, co-ordinated by Warwick Law School’s Vanessa Munro and Sharon Cowan and Chloë Kennedy from the University of Edinburgh, will be hosting an exhibition in the Scottish Parliament.

Wed 05 Sep 2018, 08:37 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre, Staff in action

CJC Member Anastasia Chamberlen wins 2018 ESC Young Criminologist Award!

The European Society of Criminology has awarded the 2018 ESC Young Criminologist Award to Anastasia Chamberlen in recognition of her article ‘Embodying Prison Pain: Women’s experiences of self-injury in prison and the emotions of punishment’, published in 2016 in Theoretical Criminology. 



Report Published: UK’s future relationship with the EU after Brexit in the areas of police cooperation and judicial cooperation in criminal matters

The European Parliament has recently published a research paper on the future EU-UK relationship in the field of Police Cooperation and Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters. This study was supported by, among others, Warwick CJC's Professor Jackie Hodgson. The paper can be accessed in full here.

Wed 25 Jul 2018, 15:30 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre

Law School Professor elected to prestigious British Academy fellowship

Victor Tadros (Professor of Criminal Law and Legal Theory at Warwick Law School) has been made a Fellow of the British Academy in recognition of his work on the philosophy of criminal law, the philosophy of war, and legal, moral and political philosophy. As a new British Academy Fellow, he joins an independent fellowship of more than 1400 world-leading scholars and researchers working in the humanities and social sciences. The Academy is also a funding body for research and a forum for debate and engagement.

Fri 20 Jul 2018, 10:57 | Tags: Criminal Justice Centre

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