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Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice Lectures and Seminars

Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice Lectures and Seminars

The Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice (CCCJ) was formed in 2015, and brings together members of the Faculty, students and visitors researching into all aspects of criminal justice.

For more information see the Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice website at http://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk

Third Assize Seminar Session 3: 'Difficulties in Getting Into the Court of Appeal Following a Change in Law' - Francis FitzGibbon 30.04.2018, 15:03
Third Assize Seminar Session 3: 'Difficulties in Getting Into the Court of Appeal Following a Change in Law' - Francis FitzGibbon

The Assize Seminars provide a space for cutting-edge academic work to play a practical role in understanding and developing the law. They are a chance to challenge, debate and refine criminal justice, providing a bridge from academia to criminal legal practice. Just like the Assize of old, the seminars are peripatetic. <br><br>The third Assize seminar took place in Cambridge on 27 April 2018. This session was entitled "Difficulties in Getting Into the Court of Appeal Following a Change in Law", featuring: <br><br>- Speaker: Francis FitzGibbon QC, Doughty Street Chambers<br><br>For more information see the CCCJ website at: <br><br>https://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk/assize-seminars

Third Assize Seminar Session 2: 'Disclosure' - Ian Dennis & Alex Chalk 30.04.2018, 15:01
Third Assize Seminar Session 2: 'Disclosure' - Ian Dennis & Alex Chalk

The Assize Seminars provide a space for cutting-edge academic work to play a practical role in understanding and developing the law. They are a chance to challenge, debate and refine criminal justice, providing a bridge from academia to criminal legal practice. Just like the Assize of old, the seminars are peripatetic. <br><br>The third Assize seminar took place in Cambridge on 27 April 2018. This session was entitled "Disclosure", featuring: <br><br>- Speaker: Professor Ian Dennis, University College London<br>- Commentator: Alex Chalk MP<br><br>For more information see the CCCJ website at: <br><br>https://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk/assize-seminars

Third Assize Seminar Session 1: 'What is a sentence' - Nicola Padfield & Andrew Ashworth 30.04.2018, 02:58
Third Assize Seminar Session 1: 'What is a sentence' - Nicola Padfield & Andrew Ashworth

The Assize Seminars provide a space for cutting-edge academic work to play a practical role in understanding and developing the law. They are a chance to challenge, debate and refine criminal justice, providing a bridge from academia to criminal legal practice. Just like the Assize of old, the seminars are peripatetic.<br><br>The third Assize seminar took place in Cambridge on 27 April 2018. This session was entitled "What is a Sentence?", featuring:<br><br>- Speaker: Professor Nicola Padfield QC (Hon), University of Cambridge<br>- Commentator: Professor Andrew Ashworth QC (Hon), University of Oxford<br><br>For more information see the CCCJ website at:<br><br>https://www.cccj.law.cam.ac.uk/assize-seminars

CCCJ/Centre for Penal Theory and Penal Ethics Seminar: 'The Friction between the Rule of Law and Law Enforcement Costs Moral Education a Fortune' 29.11.2017, 19:20
CCCJ/Centre for Penal Theory and Penal Ethics Seminar: 'The Friction between the Rule of Law and Law Enforcement Costs Moral Education a Fortune'

Professor Jonathan Jacobs is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute of Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York City, whose publications include: Choosing Character: Responsibility for Virtue and Vice (2001) and the Routledge Handbook of Criminal Justice Ethics (co-edited with Jonathan Jackson, 2017). Professor Jacobs spoke at the Institute of Criminology on 29 November 2017.

CCCJ/CSLG Seminar: 'Sexual Exploitation of Teenagers' - Jennifer Ann Drobac 02.02.2017, 16:22
CCCJ/CSLG Seminar: 'Sexual Exploitation of Teenagers' - Jennifer Ann Drobac

Professor Dr Jennifer Ann Drobac of Indiana University (Visiting Fellow, Clare Hall) was a guest at a joint CCCJ/Cambridge Socio-legal Group event on 2 February 2017.