Biography

Elspeth Windsor is a Grand Union (Research Council) and McDougal Law Scholar (Balliol College) who began her DPhil in the Centre for Criminology in October 2020. She has previously studied for her BPTC/LLM at Cardiff University as a Queen Mother Scholar (Middle Temple), and the MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Oxford as a Kalisher Trust Scholar. Elspeth completed her undergraduate degree in Law (LLB) at the University of Southampton.

Elspeth is a research ascociate at the Sentencing Academy and has previously worked as an RA on various projects for a number of faculty academics including Professor Mary Bosworth, Professor Julian V. Roberts, Professor Rachel Condry and Professor Lucia Zedner. During her MSc, she also assisted with the first year of Legal Aid Clinics at HMP Huntercombe pioneered by the Bonavero Insitute of Human Rights and Turpin Miller LLP. 

Publications

Featured publications

  • Elspeth Windsor and Professor Julian V. Roberts, Victim Personal Statements and Sentencing: A Review of Policy, Operation and Research (Sentencing Academy Research Publications 2020)
    DOI: https://secureservercdn.net/160.153.138.71/1v6.c22.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Victim-Personal-Statements-and-Sentencing-1.pdf
    The Sentencing Academy has published a review of the operation of Victim Personal Statements in England and Wales by Elspeth Windsor and Julian V. Roberts.

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Elspeth Windsor and Professor Julian V. Roberts, Victim Personal Statements and Sentencing: A Review of Policy, Operation and Research (Sentencing Academy Research Publications 2020)
DOI: https://secureservercdn.net/160.153.138.71/1v6.c22.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Victim-Personal-Statements-and-Sentencing-1.pdf
The Sentencing Academy has published a review of the operation of Victim Personal Statements in England and Wales by Elspeth Windsor and Julian V. Roberts.
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Research projects

Research Interests

Elspeth's research interests centre on the overlap between criminal law and immigration law, as well as domestic homicide and violence.

Research projects