Date: 15 November, 5:30pm Location: UTS Law Building (5B, 3.18)
You are invited to the launch of the special edition of the International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy on ‘Limits and Prospects of Criminal Law Reform – Past, Present, Future’ (2017, Vol 6, No 3). A number of the authors from this special edition will reflect on developments and obstacles in criminal law reform.
This special edition arose out of the national Criminal Law Workshop hosted at UTS in 2016, it includes the following articles:
- Arlie Loughnan ‘The Very Foundations of Any System of Criminal Justice’: Criminal Responsibility in the Australian Model Criminal Code
- Thalia Anthony, Craig Longman Blinded by the White: A Comparative Analysis of Jury Challenges on Racial Grounds
- Julia Ann Quilter, Luke McNamara ‘Zero Tolerance’ Drug Driving Laws in Australia: A Gap Between Rationale and Form?
- Bronwyn Naylor, Danielle Tyson Reforming Defences to Homicide in Victoria: Another Attempt to Address the Gender Question
- Sinead Ring Trauma and the Construction of Suffering in Irish Historical Child Sexual Abuse Prosecutions
- Penny Crofts Criminalising Institutional Failures to Prevent, Identify or React to Child Sexual Abuse
- Julia Ann Quilter Judicial Responses to Alcohol-Fuelled Public Violence: The Loveridge Effect
- Book review by Honni van Rijswik, Andrea Durbach, Brendan Edgeworth, Vicki Sentas (eds.) (2017) Law and Poverty in Australia: 40 Years after the Poverty Commission. Sydney: Federation Press.
See the full version at: https://www.crimejusticejournal.com/index
Please RSVP to Aline Roux at Aline.Roux@uts.edu.au