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Kim Stevenson, Gareth Addidle and Jason Lowther

23rd Plymouth Pilgrim Father’s Lecture

Criminal Law in the 21st Century. Lord Leveson, President of the Queen’s Bench Division, p. 1-9

Staff and Postgraduate Articles and Reports

The Seigniory of Sark and the Duchy Of Cornwall: Similarities and Differences Including Observations on the Isles of Scilly. John Kirkhope, p. 1-14

Slavery, Dark Tourism and Deviant Leisure at the American Society of Criminology in New Orleans. Thomas Raymen, p. 15-26

Review of the 1st Annual Conference of the Refugee Law Initiative and the Refugee Family Reunion Project. Rosie Brennan, p. 27-32

Don’t Think, Just Drink!’: An Ethnographic Study into why Young People Engage with Alcohol-Fuelled Leisure Markets of the Night-Time Economy. Sam Barnes, p. 33-54

Piracy and Plymouth: Privateering, Profiting and Policing, Plymouth Law School’s Contribution to the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2016. Dale Teobald, p. 55-65

Graduate Articles


Despite Efforts, International Environmental Law is Aspirational Rather than Successful in its Contribution to the Protection of the Global Environment and in the Fight Against Climate Change. Lydia Scambler, p. 66-93

Consent, Knowledge and Precaution: A Critical Analysis of the Criminalisation of the Reckless Transmission of HIV and Other Serious Diseases. James Stone, p. 93-114

To What Extent are the Economic and Environmental Aspects of Climate Change Regulation Actually Balanced? Louise Dale, p. 115-140

Criminal Justice

‘There isn’t a Town, Village or Hamlet in which Children are not being Sexually Exploited’, Safeguarding Our Children: How Effective are UK Responses to Child Sexual Exploitation?. Danielle Coffey, p. 141-161

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