Criminal Justice
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

Law Commission Session 

1A      Miranda Bevan (Law Commission)

           Ensuring effective participation in trial

1B      Ronnie Mackay (De Montfort)

            Fit to Plead but Unfit to Stand Trial?

1C      Natalie Wortley and Kevin Kerrigan (Northumbria)

           The Trial of the Facts on Trial


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A      David Gurnham (Southampton)

            Rethinking Consent: a critique of feminist interventions on sexual offences

2B      Matt Gibson (Liverpool)

            Mistaken Sex and Bodily Harm: Future Challenges for the Criminal Law?

2C      Jamie Grace (Sheffield Hallam)

            Clare's Law, or the national Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme: The contested                                 legalities of criminality information sharing


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A      Stephen Shute (Sussex)

            Individualised Criminalisation: Using Civil Preventive Orders To Reduce the Risk of                          Serious Crime

3B      Mike McConville and Luke Marsh (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

            Justice Puts Just On Ice

3C      Richard Glover (Wolverhampton)

            Televising Courts: The Sensational and Salacious or Open Justice?


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A      Tony Ward (Hull) and Clare Leon (Canterbury Christ Church)

            Variations on Vindication: Excluding Improperly Obtained Evidence in Ireland,                                 England and Wales

4B      Sarah Lucy Cooper (Birmingham City)

            Judicial Responses to Challenges to Fingerprint Identification Evidence 2009-2014:                            The Influence of Finality and its Implications

4C      Sally Kyd Cunningham and Gemma Turton (Leicester)

            Causing controversy: interpreting the requirements of causation in criminal law and                           tort law

Other

Friday 12 September 2014   09.30- 11.00

Bonus Criminal Justice Session

3A      Emma Piasecki (Northumbria)

            Cross-examining experts and directing the jury: “sufficient safeguards” against unreliability?

3B      Edward Johnston (University of the West of England)

            All Rise for the Interventionist: The Judiciary in the 21st Century

3C      Karen Brennan (Essex)

            Murdering Mothers and Gentle Judges: Infanticide in Ireland, 1950-2000

Abstracts

Justice Puts Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
Murdering Mothers and Gentle Judges: Infanticide in Ireland, 1950-2000 by Karen Brennan.
JUDICIAL RESPONSES TO CHALLENGES TO FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE 2009-2014: THE INFLUENCE OF FINALITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS by Sarah Lucy Cooper.
All Rise for the Interventionist: The Judiciary in the 21st Century by Edward Johnston.
Cross-examining experts and directing the jury: “sufficient safeguards” against unreliability? by Emma Piasecki.
Fit to Plead but Unfit to Stand Trial? by Ronnie Mackay.
Rethinking Consent: a critique of feminist interventions on sexual offences by David Gurnham.
Causing controversy: interpreting the requirements of causation incriminal law and tort law by Sally Kyd Cunningham & Gemma Turton.
Mistaken Sex and Bodily Harm: Future Challenges for the Criminal Law?’ by Matthew Gibson.
Cross-examining experts and directing the jury: “sufficient safeguards” against unreliability? by Emma Piasecki .
All Rise for the Interventionist: The Judiciary in the 21st Century by Edward Johnston.
Fit to Plead but Unfit to Stand Trial? by Ronnie Mackay.
Justice Puts Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
Rethinking Consent: a critique of feminist interventions on sexual offences by David Gurnham .
Developments in Forensic Evidence and Newly Discovered Evidence Rules in the United States: Judicial Responses by Ms Sarah Lucy Cooper.
The Trial of the Facts on Trial by Kevin Kerrigan and Natalie Wortley.
Televising Courts - the Sensational and Salacious or Open Justice? by Richard Glover.
‘Mistaken Sex and Bodily Harm: Future Challenges for the Criminal Law? by Matthew Gibson.
“Clare’s Law, or the national Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme by Jamie Grace.
Individualised Criminalisation: Using Civil Preventive Orders To Reduce the Risk of Serious Crime by Stephen Shute.
Causing controversy: interpreting the requirements of causation in criminal law and tort law by Sally Kyd Cunningham & Gemma Turton.
Variations on Vindication: Excluding Improperly Obtained Evidence in Ireland, England and Wales. by Tony Ward and Clare Leon.

Papers

The Political Role of Judges: Justice putting Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
The Political Role of Judges: Justice putting Just on Ice by Mike McConville and Luke Marsh.
Clare’s Law, or the national Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme: The contested legalities of criminality information sharing” by Jamie Grace.
All Rise for the Interventionist: The Judiciary in the 21st Century by Edward Johnston?.
JUDICIAL RESPONSES TO CHALLENGES TO FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE 2009-2014: THE INFLUENCE OF FINALITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS by Sarah Lucy Cooper.
VARIATIONS ON VINDICATION: EXCLUDING IMPROPERLY OBTAINED EVIDENCE IN IRELAND, ENGLAND AND WALES by Tony Ward and Clare Leon.
Causing controversy: interpreting the requirements of causation in criminal law and tort law by Sally Kyd Cunningham and Gemma Turton.
JUDICIAL RESPONSES TO CHALLENGES TO FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE 2009-2014: THE INFLUENCE OF FINALITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS by Sarah Lucy Cooper.

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