Professor Dr Elies van Sliedregt delivers inaugural lecture
Professor Dr Elies van Sliedregt gave her inaugural lecture, Joint Criminal Confusion - the rise and fall of the joint enterprise theory in English and international criminal law, on 1 December 2016.
The lecture discussed the effect of the Jogee-ruling on debates on joint enterprise in international criminal law. Professor van Sliedregt explored the limits and possibilities of joint enterprise as a liability theory for finding individuals criminally liable for collective forms of violence.
After recently appointing a number of new Scholars, the School of Law is hosting a series of inaugural lectures to mark their arrival in Leeds.
The School has seen an exceptional growth over the past two academic years, appointing over 20 new academics including 8 new Chairs across its research Centres and groups.
The next lecture takes place on February 7 on “VAT Anti-fraud Policy, Third Party Liability, and the Rule of Law” with Professor Rita de la Feria. Find out more about the event here.
Watch Professor van Sliedregt’s inaugural lecture here