The article is entitled “Nothing like the mafia: cybercriminals are much like the everyday, poorly paid business worker”.
The podcast episode focused on trials in absentia in International Criminal Justice and the discussion considered theoretical and practical aspects of these types of proceedings.
Covert Human Intelligence Sources (informants) are the subject of highly controversial legislation before Parliament. An important review quotes advice from Professor Emeritus Clive Walker.
Professor Katja Franko discusses criminological research and the value of lives, security and inequality at Centre for Criminal Justice Studies Annual Lecture
On Tuesday 27 October 2020, Professor Franko delivered the talk entitled "Lives that matter: Doing criminology in an unequal and divided world".
'A Jurisprudence of the Body' - a new collection edited by academics from the Centre for Law and Social Justice published
A Jurisprudence of the Body is an exciting new collection that considers the place of the body in healthcare law. It has been published through Palgrave’s Socio-Legal Studies Series.