Showcasing Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Date: Wednesday 16 January 2019, 09:00 – 16:00
- Location: Liberty Building
- Type: Conferences
- Cost: Free
The Centre for Research and Innovation in Legal Education (CIRLE) is proud to be hosting the 2018 annual conference of the British Society of Criminology’s Learning and Teaching Network.
The Centre for Research and Innovation in Legal Education (CIRLE) is proud to be hosting the 2019 annual conference of the British Society of Criminology’s Learning and Teaching Network. This one day event will bring together leading innovators in criminology and criminal justice education to showcase best practice in higher education. The aim of the day is to discuss what innovation in criminal justice looks like, why such programmes are successful and what impact they have on the students. The day will consist of papers from across the discipline from people who have either been nominated or won the BSC Learning and Teaching Prize. The event will draw to a close with a keynote from Professor Stephen Case who will discuss the future direction of learning and teaching in criminology and criminal justice in the UK.
Details of the programme will be confirmed shortly before the event. In the meantime, we are delighted to welcome the below confirmed speakers:
- Professor Chris Birkbeck and Dr Muzammil Quraishi – University of Salford
- Dr Alexandria Bradley and Dr Sarah Goodwin– Sheffield Hallam University
- Dr Gill Brown – University of Bolton
- Professor Stephen Case – Loughborough University
- Dr Hannah King, Professor Fiona Measham, Dr Kate O’Brien – University of Durham
- David Manlow – University of Westminster
- Dr Helen Nichols and Dr Serena Wright – University of Lincoln and Royal Holloway
- Kate Strudwick – University of Lincoln
Alongside a wide variety of papers, there will be opportunities for informal networking during and after the conference.
School of Law
University of Leeds
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