The Scottish Sentencing Council is an advisory non-departmental public body that produces sentencing guidelines for use in the High Court of Justiciary, sheriff courts and justice of the peace courts.
The prize was awarded for the paper “Reverse mentoring between international students and staff in legal education”.
The School of Law has consolidated its place in the world top 100 for Law and Legal Studies in the QS World University Rankings by Subject for 2022.
The LSLCJR is a student-led academic journal that was developed to showcase the outstanding quality of research produced by students in the School of Law at the University of Leeds.
The dissertation was developed from a collaborative project established by the School of Law and the West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit.