Marion Vannier

Research Associate

Other affiliations

Border Criminologies


After completing her D.Phil at the Centre for Criminology, Oxford on 'In the Shadow of Death: the normalisation of life without parole and death penalty abolitionism in California', Marion joined the University of Manchester as a lecturer in criminology and criminal justice. Prior to that, Marion worked as a lawyer in private law firms, as a legal officer in a defence team before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and as a judge for the UNHCR within the French Asylum appeals court. She also holds a joint law degree from the Universities of La Sorbonne and King’s College London, and an LLM from Georgetown University (US). For more information please see here.

Research Interests

Criminology, Criminal Justice, Punishment, Gender, Race, Migration studies