Programme and Papers
Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:
Session 1: September 13th 11.15 - 12.45 Reception Room
1B John McDaniel (Limerick): "The tension between EU and home-grown cross border police cooperation measures in Ireland"
1C Kate Doran (Limerick): "A critical analysis of the recent bail changes in Ireland
Session 2: September 13th 13.45 - 15.15 Reception Room
2B Kevin Crosby (Leicester): "Jury Independence and the General Verdict"
2C Mark Coen (Dublin City University): "Presuming the Jury to be Competent: Misplaced Deference in the Criminal Justice System"
Session 3 September 14th 09.30 - 11.00 Reception Room
3B Claire McCann (Northumbria): "Criminalising Women's Bodies: Abortion Law in Ireland"
3C Heather Keating & Jo Bridgeman (Sussex): "Compassionate killing: a partial defence to murder?"
Session 4 September 14th 11.30 - 13.00 Reception Room
4B Jamie Grace (Derby): "Reforming the legal framework for ‘criminality information sharing' in England and Wales"
4C Joanne Clough & Adam Jackson, (Northumbria): "The game is up: Proposals on incorporating effective case management into criminal investigations"
Corporate Criminal Liability and the Principal-Agent Problem: Time to Replace Tesco? by Bruce Wardhaugh .
The uncertain blue line: police cordons and the common law by Richard Glover.
Reconciling Ireland’s Bail Laws with Traditional Irish Constitutional Values by Kate Doran.
The Independent Jury and the General Verdict by Kevin Crosby.
Criminal Responsibility and the Living Self by Thom Giddens.
The tension between EU and home-grown cross border police cooperation measures in Ireland by John McDaniel.
Presuming the Jury to be Competent: Misplaced Deference in the Criminal Justice System by Mark Coen.
The game is up: Proposals on incorporating effective case management into criminal investigations by Joanne Clough & Adam Jackson .
Compassionate Killings: the case for a partial defence by Heather Keating and Jo Bridgeman.
Reforming the legal framework for ‘criminality information sharing’ in England and Wales by Jamie Grace University of Derby .
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