OPBP's latest report on "Criminal Disclosure Regime in the Digital Age" is published

Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP) partnered with Spotlight on Corruption, a non-profit organisation operating in the United Kingdom, to produce a comparative report on the criminal disclosure regime in comparable common law jurisdictions, with a specific focus on the rules and processes applicable to criminal cases involving large volumes of digital material such as complex fraud and corruption cases.

Spotlight on Corruption has the stated aim of shining a light on the UK’s role in corruption at home and abroad, by highlighting corruption and the harm it causes and campaigning to improve the UK’s legal systems and enforcement of the law.

OPBP’s contribution to Spotlight on Corruption is focused on providing valuable comparative insights into the legal frameworks governing criminal disclosure in Australia, Canada, and the United States of America.

OPBP's past projects can be found here.