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Forthcoming Subject Events


November 2014

Criminal Law Discussion Group
The Debate over Facilitation Payments: Are some bribes better than others?
Speaker: Dr. Liz David-Barrett , Lecturer, University of Sussex/ Fellow, University of Oxford
Pembroke College TBC at 12:00
Criminal Law Discussion Group
The nexus between Jurisprudence and Criminal Law
Speaker: Christian Ponce , UCL
Pembroke College TBC at 12:00
Criminal Law Discussion Group
Recklessness and Corporate Crime
Speaker: Sylvia Rich , University of Oxford
Pembroke College TBC at 12:00
Criminal Law Discussion Group
New Developments in International Criminal Law
Speaker: Nikolaos Theodorakis , University of Oxford/ University of Cambridge
Pembroke College TBC at 12:00

December 2014

Criminal Law Discussion Group
Investigating Wrongful Convictions
Speaker: 02/12: William Schmidt , Yale University/ University of Cambridge
Pembroke College TBC at 12:00

Discussion Groups

These self-sustaining groups are an essential part of the life of our graduate school. They are organised in some cases by graduate students and in others by Faculty members and meet regularly during term, typically over a sandwich lunch, when one of the group presents work in progress or introduces a discussion of a particular issue or new case. They may also encompass guest speakers from the faculty and beyond.

Criminal Law Discussion Group

Publications

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Journal Articles

2014

J Edwards and AP Simester, 'Wrongfulness and Prohibitions' (2014) 8 Criminal Law and Philosophy 171

M Köpcke Tinturé, 'Criminalizing psychological forms and causes of harm' (2014) (forthcoming)

K Laird, 'Rapist or rogue? Deception, Consent and the Sexual Offences Act 2003' (2014) Crim LR 491

2013

K Laird, 'Conceptualising the interpretation of ‘dwelling’ in section 9 of the Theft Act 1968' (2013) Crim LR 656

AYK Lee, 'Public Wrongs and the Criminal Law' (2013) Criminal Law and Philosophy [...]

DOI: 10.1007/s11572-013-9231-z

This paper is about how best to understand the notion of ‘public wrongs’ in the longstanding idea that crimes are public wrongs. By contrasting criminal law with the civil laws of torts and contracts, it argues that ‘public wrongs’ should not be understood merely as wrongs that properly concern the public, but more specifically as those which the state, as the public, ought to punish. It then briefly considers the implications that this has on criminalization.


R Williams, 'Voluntary intoxication – A lost cause?' (2013) Law Quarterly Review 264 [...]

The article argues that there are two key problems with the current law concerning voluntary intoxication. First, the rules applicable so-called crimes of basic intent, contrary to some of the more recent case law, can in fact only apply coherently to reckless result crimes. Second, given the differences between the threshold for liability for sober defendants and the threshold for liability for voluntarily intoxicated defendants, the current rules amount in cases of basic intent to criminalisation of the intoxication itself. If this is to be the case, the article argues that the law should take this approach openly, so that in any case where the defendant lacks mens rea as a result of voluntary intoxication (s)he should be convicted instead of a new statutory offence of 'committing the actus reus of offence X while intoxicated', which could also apply coherently to all offences.


2012

J J W Herring, 'What's wrong with kidnapping?' [2012] Criminal Law Review 343 [...]

Consideration of proposed reforms to the law on kidnapping.


R Taylor and Laura Hoyano, 'Criminal Child Maltreatment: the Case for Reform' (2012) 2012 Sweet & Maxwell, Criminal Law Review 871 [...]

The current offence of child cruelty in the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 (CYPA) originates in 1868. This article contends that it is not fit for its purpose, particularly given new understanding of the neurological and developmental impairments inflicted by neglect and emotional abuse. It should be replaced by a comprehensive maltreatment offence which is comprehensible to criminal and civil child protection agencies, professionals and the public.


R Taylor and L Hoyano, 'Criminal Child Maltreatment: the Case for Reform' (2012) Criminal Law Review 871

A Ashworth and L Zedner, 'Prevention and Criminalization: Justifications and Limits' (2012) 15 New Criminal Law Review 542

2011

A Ashworth, 'Ignorance of the Criminal Law, and Duties to Avoid it' (2011) 74 Modern Law Review 1 [...]

A critique of the doctrine that ignorance of the criminal law is no excuse, showing how preposterous the doctrine is and arguing that, even if it should continue in a muted form, it should be accompanied by positive duties on the State to publicise its criminal laws.


ISBN: 0026-7961

A Ashworth, 'The Unfairness of Risk-Based Possession Offences' (2011) 5 Criminal Law and Philosophy 237 [...]

The article argues that certain criminal offences of possession, i.e. 'risk-based possession offences', cannot be justified within current criminal law doctrines.


ISBN: 1871-9791

J Edwards, 'Coming Clean About the Criminal Law' (2011) 5 Criminal Law and Philosophy 315

2010

A Ashworth, 'Should Strict Liability be Removed from all Imprisonable Offences?' (2010) 45 Irish Jurist 1 [...]

This is a principled attack on the propensity of the English and Irish legislatures to impose strict liability for criminal offences that carry a sentence of imprisonment.


ISBN: 0021-1273

J Edwards, 'Justice Denied: The Criminal Law and the Ouster of the Courts' (2010) 30 725

B Krebs, 'Joint Criminal Enterprise' (2010) 73 Modern Law Review 578

2008

R Williams, 'Deception, Mistake and Vitiation of the Victim\\\'s Consent' (2008) 124(Jan) Law Quarterly Review 132

2007

A Ashworth, 'Principles, Pragmatism and the Law Commission's Recommendations on Homicide Law Reform' [2007] Criminal Law Review 333 [...]

Appraisal of the structure and detail of recent Law Commission recommendations.


ISBN: 0011 135X

J J W Herring, 'Familial Homicide, Failure to Protect and Domestic Violence: Who's the Victim?' [2007] Criminal Law Review 923 [...]

Discussion of familial homicide in cases where the defendant has been the victim of domestic violence.


ISBN: 0011135X

J J W Herring, 'Human Rights and Rape' [2007] Criminal Law Review 228 [...]

Discussion of the law of rape.


J J W Herring and Elaine Palser, 'The Duty of Care in Cross Negligence Manslaughter' [2007] Criminal Law Review 24 [...]

Article on gross negligence manslaughter


J J W Herring and Michelle Madden Dempsey, 'Why Sexual Penetration Requires Justification' (2007) Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 467 [...]

Discussion of sexual penetration


2005

R Williams, 'Policy and Principle in Drugs Manslaughter Cases' (2005) 64(1) Cambridge Law Journal 66

2004

A Ashworth and others, 'The Sexual Offences Act 2003: Rape, Sexual Assaults and the Problem of Consent' [2004] [2004] Criminal Law Review 328 [...]

Analysis and critique of new legislation


ISBN: 0011 135X

1991

S Gardner, 'Reckless and Inconsiderate Rape' [1991] Criminal Law Review 172

1990

S Gardner, 'The Codification of the Criminal Law? (with Gráinne de Búrca)' (1990) 10 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 559

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Rachel Taylor and Laura Hoyano, 'Criminal Child Maltreatment: the Case for Reform' [2012] Criminal Law Review 871 [...]

The current offence of child cruelty in the Children and Young Persons Act 1933 originates in 1868. This article contends that it is not fit for its purpose, particularly given new understanding of the neurological and developmental impairments inflicted by neglect and emotional abuse. It proposes a new comprehensive maltreatment of fans which would be comprehensible to criminal and civil child protection agencies, professionals and the public.


ISBN: 0011-135X

Books

2014

J J W Herring, Criminal Law (6th Ed, Oxford University Press 2014)

Professor David Ormerod QC and K Laird, Smith and Hogan’s Text, Cases and Materials on Criminal Law (11th edn, 2014)

2013

A Ashworth, Postitive Obligations in Criminal Law (Hart Publishing 2013) [...]

A series of essays on issues of principle in criminal law, with two new essays -- one on criminalizing omissions, and the other on human rights and positive obligations to create particular offences.


ISBN: 978-1-84946-505-2

A Ashworth and J.C.N. Horder, Principles of Criminal Law (7th edn, Oxford University Press 2013) [...]

An updated version of my text on criminal law, co-authored for the first time.


ISBN: 978-0-19-967268-4

J J W Herring, Criminal Law, 8th ed ( 2013)

2012

J J W Herring, Criminal Law Statutes 2012-2013 (Routledge 2012)

J J W Herring, Criminal Law: Great Debates (2nd edn, Palgrave Macmillan 2012)

2011

A Ashworth, The Criminal Law's Ambivalence about Outcomes (Rowan Cruft, Matthew Kramer, Mark Reiff, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2011) [...]

Revisiting and developing a debate with Antony Duff about intentions, outcomes and the criminal law.


ISBN: 978-0-19-959281-4

J J W Herring, Criminal Law, 7th ed (Palgrave Mcmillan 2011) [...]

Textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 97802302875729

2010

J J W Herring, Criminal Law, 4th ed (Oxford University Press 2010) [...]

Textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 978019 9578115

2009

A Ashworth, Principles of Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2009)

J J W Herring, Criminal Law (Palgrave 2009) [...]

Textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 1397802302717133

J J W Herring, Criminal Law: The Basics (Routledge 2009) [...]

An introduction to criminal law


ISBN: 10-415-49132-9

J J W Herring, Great Debates: Criminal Law (Palgrave 2009) [...]

Book discussing theoretical debate in criminal law


ISBN: 978 0230577237

J J W Herring, Rape (TONE 2009) [...]

Discussion of the problems with the law on rape.


2008

A Ashworth, A Change of Normative Position: Determining the Contours of Culpability in Criminal Law (11, New Criminal Law Review 2008) [...]

DOI: 10.1525/nclr.2008.II.2.232

Critical re-examination of the doctrine of 'change of normative position' in criminal law theory, comparing it with forms of constructive liability.


ISBN: 1933-4206

A Ashworth, Conceptions of Overcriminalization (5, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 2008) [...]

Re-assessment of Kadish's work on criminalization, and proposal of further principles.


ISBN: ISSN 1546-7619

J J W Herring, Criminal Law: Text Cases and Materials (OUP 2008) [...]

A textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 9780199234325

2006

A Ashworth, Principles of Criminal Law, 5th edition (Oxford University Press 2006) [...]

New edition of text on criminal law.


ISBN: 0-19-928114-9

J J W Herring, Criminal Law (OUP 2006) [...]

Textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 199289352

2005

J J W Herring, Criminal law (Palgrave 2005) [...]

textbook on criminal law


ISBN: 10: 1-4039-3417-7

2003

A Ashworth, Principles of Criminal Law (4th edn, Oxford University Press 2003) [...]

New edition of established text


ISBN: 0-19-925980-1

Chapters

2014

J Edwards and AP Simester, 'Prevention with a Moral Voice' in AP Simester, A du Bois-Pedain, U Neumann (eds), Liberal Criminal Theory: Essays for Andreas von Hirsch (Hart 2014)

2013

A Ashworth, 'Die Rettungspflicht im englischen Recht' in Andreas von Hirsch, Ulfrid Neumann and Kurt Seelman (eds), Solidaritat im Strafrecht (Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden-Baden 2013) [...]

Abstract: A theoretical examination of the principles on which English criminal law grounds liability or non-liability for omissions.

ISBN: 978-3-8487-0213-8

J Gardner and J Edwards, 'Criminal Law' in H LaFollette (ed), International Encyclopedia of Ethics (Wiley 2013)

J J W Herring, 'Victims as Defendants: When victims participate in crimes against themselves.' in A Reed and M Bohlander (eds), Participation in crime (Ashgate 2013) [...]

A chapter analysing the Tyrell principle and generally cases where the victim has contributed to a crime against her/himself


ISBN: 9781409453451

2012

A Bogg and J Herring, 'Addiction and Responsibility' in Herring, Regan, Weinberg and Withington (eds), Intoxication: Problematic Pleasures (Routledge 2012)

Alan Bogg and J J W Herring, 'Addiction and Responsibility' in J. Herring, C. Regan, D. Weinberg and P. Withington (eds), Intoxication and Society (Palgrave Macmillan 2012) [...]

Consideration of criminal responsibility for crimes committed by addicted people.


J J W Herring, C. Regan, D. Weinberg and P. Withington, 'Intoxication and Society' in (Palgrave Macmillan 2012) [...]

Inter-disciplinary collection of essays on intoxication.


R Williams, 'The Current Law of Intoxication: Rules and Problems' in Jonathan Herring (ed), Intoxication and Society ( 2012) [...]

Analyses the problematic nature of the current criminal law concerning intoxication


ISBN: 9781137008329

2011

A Ashworth, 'Attempts' in John Deigh, David Dolinko (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Criminal Law (Oxford University Press, New York 2011) [...]

An assessment of issues in the law of criminal attempts.


ISBN: 978-0-19-531485-4

A Ashworth and Lucia Zedner, 'Just Prevention: Preventive Rationales and the Limits of the Criminal Law' in R.A. Duff and Stuart P. Green (eds), Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2011) [...]

A critical assessment of the role of preventive rationales in, and on the boundaries of, the criminal law.


ISBN: 978-0-19-955915-2

J J W Herring, 'No more having and holding: The abolition of the marital rape exemption' in S. Gilmore, J. Herring and R. Probert (eds), Landmark Cases in Family Law (Hart 2011) [...]

An analysis of the law on marital rape


J J W Herring, 'The Serious Wrong of Domestic Abuse and the Loss of Control Defence' in A Reed and M Bohlander (eds), Loss of Control and Diminished Responsibility (Ashgate 2011) [...]

Consideration of the use of loss of control defence in cases where victim of domestic abuse kills her abuser.


ISBN: 9781409431756

R Williams, 'Cartels in the Criminal Law Landscape' in Caron Beaton-Wells & Ariel Ezrachi (eds), Criminalising Cartels ( 2011) [...]

The chapter focuses on cartel criminalisation from the criminal law perspective, charting how the process of criminaliation fits within the current landscape of criminal law, particularly in England and Wales. It examines the compromises necessary if the criminal law is to be used to regulate cartel behaviour without damage to that project or indeed to the criminal law more widely.


A Ashworth and L Zedner, 'Just Prevention: preventive rationales and the limits of the criminal law' in RA Duff & S Green (eds), Philosophical Foundations of the Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2011)

2010

A Ashworth, 'Child Defendants and the Doctrines of the Criminal Law' in James Chalmers, Fiona Leverick and Lindsay Farmer (eds), Essays in Criminal Law in Honour of Sir Gerald Gordon (Edinburgh University Press 2010) [...]

An examination of the extent to which familliar requirements and defences in criminal law apply to child defendants, with or without adaptation.


ISBN: 978 0 7486 4070 6

A Ashworth and Lucia Zedner, 'Preventive Orders: a Problem of Undercriminalization?' in R.A. Duff, L. Farmer, S.E. Marshall, M. Renzo & V. Tadros (eds), The Boundaries of the Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2010) [...]

An examination of the nature of civil preventive orders, and an argument that they are anomalous and that, given their effects, they should attract all the safeguards of criminal proceedings.


ISBN: 978-0-19-960055-7

J J W Herring and Michelle Madden Dempsey, 'Rethinking the Criminal Law’s Response to Sexual Offences: On Theory and Context' in C. McGlynn and V Munro (eds), Rethinking Rape Law (Routledge 2010) [...]

This chapter promotes a moral landscape for looking at the law on sexual offences and suggests principles which should underpin it.


R Williams and N Padfield, 'Le Cas Anglais: L’absence d'interactions? ' in Geneviève Giudicelli-Delage, Stefano Manacorda (eds), Cour de Justice et Justice Pénale en Europe ( 2010) [...]

Abstract: The book collects together work by authors from England, France, Spain, Italy and Belgium in order to examine the impact of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the field of criminal law. The first part investigates the case law of the ECJ per se, while the second part examines the interaction between this jurisprudence and the domestic systems of the Member States. In the case of the UK, Williams and Padfield seek to explain why there has not been so much discussion of European criminal case law in the domestic courts of England and Wales as there has been in other Member States.

2009

A Ashworth, 'Criminal Law, Human Rights and Preventative Justice' in Bernadette McSherry, Alan Norrie and Simon Bronitt (eds), Regulating Deviance: the Redirection of Criminalisation and the Futures of Criminal Law (Hart Publishing 2009)

J J W Herring, 'Relational autonomy and rape' in Day Sclater; Ebtehaj; Jackson; Richards (ed), Regulating Autonomy ( 2009) [...]

A discussion of relational autonomy as a concept and in particular how it might be used to develop a law on rape


ISBN: 9781841139463

2008

J J W Herring, 'Mum's not the word. An Analysis of Section 5, Domestic Violence, Crimes and Victims Act' in C. Clarkson and S. Cunningham (eds), Criminal Liability for Non-Agressive Death ( 2008) [...]

A discussion of the offence of 'familial homicide'


ISBN: 9780754673347

2007

J J W Herring, 'Crimes against the Dead' in B.Brooks-Gordon, F. Ebtehaj, J Herring, M. Johnson, M. Richards (eds), Death Rites and Rights (Hart 2007) [...]

Discussion of offences which can be committed against corpses.


ISBN: 9781841137322

2004

A Ashworth, 'General Principles of Criminal Law' in D.J. Feldman (ed), English Public Law (Oxford University Press 2004)

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J J W Herring, C. Regan, D. Weinberg and P. Withington, 'Introduction' in J. Herring, C. Regan, D. Weinberg and P. Withington (eds), Intoxication and Society ( 0)

K Laird, 'Criminalising contagion – Questioning the paradigm' in H Quirk and C Stanton (eds), Criminalising Contagion: Legal and Ethical Challenges of Disease Transmission and the Criminal Law ( 0) (forthcoming)

Edited books

2013

A Ashworth, L.H. Zedner and P.R. Tomlin (eds), Prevention and the Limits of the Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2013) [...]

An edited volume (with editors' introduction) on the insections between the criminal law and preventive justice, presenting arguments from leading international scholars.


ISBN: 978-0-19-965676-9

2011

J J W Herring (ed), Criminal Law Statutes 2011-2012 (Routledge 2011)

2010

J J W Herring (ed), Criminal Law Statutes (Routledge 2010) [...]

A collection of criminal law statutes.


2009

A Ashworth (ed), General Principles of Criminal Law (Oxford University Press 2009)

J J W Herring (ed), Criminal Law Statutes 2009-2010 (routledge 2009) [...]

Collection of statutes


ISBN: 0145552818

Internet Publications

2010

J J W Herring, 'Home made apple pie and allowing children to die' (2010) 1 Durham Law Journal [...]

An article discussing the use of s. 5 Domestic Violence Crime and victims Act.


Case Notes

2014

K Laird, 'R v Golding ' (2014) Crim LR 686

1995

S Gardner, 'Criminal Defences by Judicial Discretion - R v Kingston [1995] 2 AC 355' (1995) 111 Law Quarterly Review 177

1994

S Gardner, 'Uncontrollable Intention in Criminal Law - R v Kingston [1994] QB 81' (1994) 110 Law Quarterly Review 8

1992

S Gardner, 'Causation in Homicide - R v Cheshire [1991] 1 WLR 844' (1992) 108 Law Quarterly Review 24

1991

S Gardner, 'Duress in Attempted Murder - R v Gotts [1001] 1 QB 660' (1991) 107 Law Quarterly Review 389

Reviews

2012

J Edwards, 'Review of Crimes, Harms and Wrongs by AP Simester and A von Hirsch' [2012] Criminal Law Review 75

1992

S Gardner, 'Reiterating the Criminal Code - Reviewing Law Commission Consultation Paper No 122, Legislating the Criminal Code - Offences Against the Person and General Principles (1992)' (1992) 55 Modern Law Review 839

Courses

The courses we offer in this field are:

Undergraduate

Law Moderations (Phase I)

Law Moderations are preliminary examinations in Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Roman Law, taken at the end of the second term in the first year of the BA. Students must pass them in order to continue in the BA; the degree is awarded on the basis of the FHS Examinations.

Criminal Law

The course deals with the following: (i) General principles of criminal liability: actus reus and mens rea, omissions, causation, negligence, strict liability, complicity and inchoate offences. (ii) General defences. (iii) The law relating to offences against the person (including sexual offences) and offences against property and other economic interests.

The subject requires attention to cases and statutes, and is an important bridge to subjects studied for the Final Honour School. It is hoped that students will find it interesting for its intellectual challenge, as well as for the colourful material. Criminal Law covers material in the “foundations of legal knowledge” and so must be taken by those seeking a professional qualification in England and Wales. There are lectures on most of the major topics in the course, and tutorials will be arranged by your college tutor.

Students taking the BA in Jurisprudence with Senior Status may choose to take Criminal Law as an option in the Final Honour School and these students will in general cover seven topics in tutorials. (In topic 8, only the first part – relating to the Criminal Damage Act 1971 – is examinable; the remainder of topic 8 listed in the teaching convention below will be the subject of lectures but is not examinable in the FHS version of the course.)

FHS - Final Year (Phase III)

The degree is awarded on the basis of nine final examinations at the end of the three-year course (or four years in the case of Law with Law Studies in Europe) and (for students who began the course in October 2011 or later) an essay in Jurisprudence written over the summer vacation at the end of the second year. Note: the Jurisprudence exam at the end of the third year is correspondingly shorter. This phase of the Final Honour School includes the first and second term of the final year; the Final Examinations are taken in the third term of the final year.

Criminal Law (Senior Status only)

The course is not available for those who have taken the subject in Law Moderations and is intended for those who have transferred to Law after Mods, and for senior status students. The syllabus is the same as for the Law Moderations course, but only covers topics 1 - 7 (it does not include topic 8). The paper in the Final Honour School is examined separately, and is intended to be more challenging.

Criminal Law covers material in the “foundations of legal knowledge” and so must be taken (if not taken in Law Moderations) by those seeking a professional qualification in England and Wales. The subject is taught in tutorials arranged by your college tutor.

Diploma in Legal Studies

Criminal Law

The course deals with the following: (i) General principles of criminal liability: actus reus and mens rea, omissions, causation, negligence, strict liability, complicity and inchoate offences. (ii) General defences. (iii) The law relating to offences against the person (including sexual offences) and offences against property and other economic interests.

The subject requires attention to cases and statutes, and is an important bridge to subjects studied for the Final Honour School. It is hoped that students will find it interesting for its intellectual challenge, as well as for the colourful material. Criminal Law covers material in the “foundations of legal knowledge” and so must be taken by those seeking a professional qualification in England and Wales. There are lectures on most of the major topics in the course, and tutorials will be arranged by your college tutor.

Students taking the BA in Jurisprudence with Senior Status may choose to take Criminal Law as an option in the Final Honour School and these students will in general cover seven topics in tutorials. (In topic 8, only the first part – relating to the Criminal Damage Act 1971 – is examinable; the remainder of topic 8 listed in the teaching convention below will be the subject of lectures but is not examinable in the FHS version of the course.)


People

Criminal Law teaching is organized by a Subject Group convened by:

Jonathan Herring: Professor of Law and

Rebecca Williams: Associate Professor of Law

in conjunction with:

Andrew Ashworth, QC: Emeritus Vinerian Professor of English Law
Alan Bogg: Professor of Labour Law
James Edwards: Associate Professor of Law
John Gardner: Professor of Jurisprudence
Simon Gardner: Professor of Law
Sarah Green: Associate Professor of Law
Katharine Grevling: Associate Professor of Law
Laura Hoyano: Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, and Senior Research Fellow in Law at Wadham College
Dori Kimel: Reader in Legal Philosophy
Maris Köpcke Tinturé: Fellow and Tutor in Law, Worcester College & Lecturer in Law, Brasenose College
Beatrice Krebs: Lecturer
Karl Laird: Lecturer in Law
Grant Lamond: University Lecturer in Legal Philosophy
Peter Mirfield: Professor of the Law of Evidence
Natasha Simonsen: Lecturer in Law, New College
Lucia Zedner: Professor of Criminal Justice
Adrian Zuckerman: Emeritus Professor of Civil Procedure

Also working in this field, but not involved in its teaching programme:

Jennifer Collins: DPhil Law
James Goudkamp: Associate Professor of Law
Miles Jackson: Global Justice Research Fellow
Richard Tur: Retired. Formerly CUF Lecturer
Mingchuan Zhou:

Graduate students working in this field:

Catherine Briddick: DPhil Law student
Kristi Cooper: DPhil Law student
Carla Ferstman: DPhil Law student
Arushi Garg: MPhil Law student
Lawrence Hill-Cawthorne: DPhil Law student
Yulia Ioffe: DPhil Law student
Rudina Jasini: DPhil Law student
Marija Jovanovic: DPhil Law student
Sam Kukathas: DPhil Law student
Voraphol Malsukhum: DPhil Law student
James Manwaring: MPhil Law student
George Mawhinney: DPhil Law student
Sylvia Rich: DPhil Law student
Jonathan Turner: DPhil Law student
Marion Vannier: DPhil Criminology student


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