Violence, Crime, Justice
This theme encompasses a broad range of work relating to criminal activity, violence of different sorts, and the workings of justice systems dealing with them.
It includes the law of war, substantive and procedural criminal law, and emerging and transitional justice mechanisms within national, European and international fora. It ranges from well-established crimes, such as terrorism, to challenging the injustices of harms not usually recognised as criminal, such as the discriminatory drafting of law or operation of criminal justice institutions.
- Samantha Fairclough - criminal procedure and vulnerability
- Theresa Lynch - crime, sex work, legal education
- Emma Oakley - everyday law, empirical studies
- Adrian Hunt - human rights, counter-terrorism law
- Richard Young - criminal justice system, legal aid
- Janine Clark - conflict violence and reconciliation, international criminal court
- Robert Cryer - international criminal law, war crimes trials
- Javier Eskauriatza - transitional Justice, Latin America, ICC
- Maureen Mapp - sentencing frameworks and kinship sentencing practices
- Natasa Mavronicola - torture, counter-terrorism
- John Child - criminal law and theory
- Fiona de Londras - security, counter-terrorism
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