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Plymouth Law Review


Volume 5, (Autumn 2012) 2013

Editorial

19th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture:
Sir John Thomas, President of the Queen’s Bench Division, Quality and Accessibility: Legal Education In an Age of Austerity, 1-16

Staff and Guest Lectures

Gareth Addidle,
Reflections on Restorative Justice Conference – ‘Creating A More Transparent, Responsive and Effective Criminal Justice System’, 17-23

Harry Blagg, ‘A Problem Shared...?’ Some Reflections on Problem Solving Courts and Court Innovation in Australia, 24-38

Janette Kelly and Nicola Surtees, , We Are a Family: Legal Issues for Lesbian and Gay Parented Families In New Zealand, 39-49

Tom Smith,
Exploring ‘Practical’ Conceptions of the Role of the Criminal Defence Lawyer: A Methodological Overview, 50-71

Martin Wright, Restorative Justice: Its Relationship to Law and Society, 72-79

Post-Graduate Reports

Nishtiman Mohammed, Proposed Research into the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Kurdistan and the UK,
80-84

Law Graduate Articles

Amy Giles, The Assessment of Benefit Under Part 2 of the Proceeds Of Crime Act 2002: A Sledgehammer to Crack a Nut? 85-109

Nicola Mitchell-Rodd,
Redefining Murder: Joint Enterprise, 110-130

Lucy Nash, The Uncertainty of Article 8 ECHR in Relation to the Removal of Foreign Criminals, 131-149

Rebecca O’Connor , A Right to a Child of One’s Own? The Legal Justification in Limiting Access to Assisted Reproductive Treatment, 150-170

Rachel Walsh, The Odd One Out: Felony Murder, The Law of Parties, and the Execution of Non Killers, 171-190

Criminal Justice Graduate Articles

Anne Westcott, Why is There Lack of Recognition for British Children who are Victim to Internal Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation? 191-211

Peter Chatten, Pregnant and in Prison: Can the Quality of Services Provided Affect the Overall Perception of Being Pregnant in Prison? 212-228

Heather Coombe, To What Extent Does Police Occupational Culture Impact on the Social and Domestic Lives of Police Officers, 229-247

Nicholas Smith, The Recognition of State Crime and the Syrian Uprising, 248-271

Law and Criminal Justice Student Activities and Reports

Joshua Lintern, Report of The President of the Student Law and Criminal Justice Society 2011-2012,
272- 277

Innocence Project, Annual Report 2011-2012, 278-282

Amy Carter,
Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour: The Issue of the Multi-Agency Approach, Poster Presentation, 283-285

Kelly Grant, Proactive Policing: The Role of a Police Community Support Officer and the Value of Community Engagement, 286-288

Rebecca West, Plymouth Reducing Offending through Meaningful Interventions Service, 289-291

Stefano Congiu, Reflections on China: Plymouth and Shanghai Maritime Universities Exchange Programme, 292-300

Daniel Packer, Kent Critical Law Society Conference 2012: Conference Report, 301-303

 

 

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