The Plymouth Law & Criminal Justice Review, Volume 05 - 2013
Table of contents
Kim Stevenson and Lesley Simmonds
19th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture
Quality and Accessibility: Legal Education In an Age of Austerity. Sir John Thomas, President of the Queen’s Bench Division, p. 1-16
Staff and Guest Lectures
We Are a Family: Legal Issues for Lesbian and Gay Parented Families In New Zealand. Janette Kelly and Nicola Surtees, p. 39-49
Restorative Justice: Its Relationship to Law and Society. Martin Wright, p. 72-79
Law Graduate Articles
Redefining Murder: Joint Enterprise. Nicola Mithell-Rodd, p. 110-130
The Uncertainty of Article 8 ECHR in Relation to the Removal of Foreign Criminals. Lucy Nash, p. 131-149
A Right to a Child of One’s Own? The Legal Justification in Limiting Access to Assisted Reproductive Treatment. Rebecca O’Connor, p. 150-170
The Odd One Out: Felony Murder, The Law of Parties, and the Execution of Non Killers. Rachel Walsh, p. 171-190
Criminal Justice Graduate Articles
To What Extent Does Police Occupational Culture Impact on the Social and Domestic Lives of Police Officers? Heather Coombe, p. 229-247
The Recognition of State Crime and the Syrian Uprising. Nicholas Smith, p. 248-271
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This article highlights concerns regarding judicial interpretations and understandings of the application of Article 8 European Convention on Human Rights to control the deportation of foreign criminals from the United ...
Pregnant and in Prison: Can the Quality of Services Provided Affect the Overall Perception of Being Pregnant in Prison? (University of Plymouth, 2013)The suicides of six women within a year at Styal Prison in 2006 (Prison Reform Trust: 2010) lead the Government to appoint Baroness Jean Corston to undertake a review of women with particular vulnerabilities in the criminal ...
‘A Problem Shared...?’ Some Reflections on Problem Solving Courts and Court Innovation in Australia (University of Plymouth, 2013)There has been growing interest in recent years in developing ‘non-adversarial’ forms of court based justice, and exploring the potential for courts to take a lead role in resolving the underlying issues that ensure ...
Why is There Lack of Recognition for British Children who are Victim to Internal Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation? (University of Plymouth, 2013)Child trafficking has been conceptualised as ‘modern day slavery’. Slavery has been held up as the worst possible exploitation in human history (Lee, 2007). For more than 20 years UK governments have ratified United Nation ...
A Right to a Child of One’s Own? The Legal Justification in Limiting Access to Assisted Reproductive Treatment (University of Plymouth, 2013)The revolution in IVF treatment in recent years has resulted in the conception of over 4 million babies worldwide prompting stricter legal regulation and control of medical practice. This article explores the demand and ...
To What Extent Does Police Occupational Culture Impact on the Social and Domestic Lives of Police Officers (University of Plymouth, 2013)Since the establishment of the new police service in 1829 there has been much research in to the influence of police-culture on the cognitive and behavioural responses of police officers. This article seeks to take a more ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)The focus of this research is in the area of the United States death penalty. More specifically, it examines the use of the felony murder rule and the law of parties at both federal and state level. These areas are ...