As we approach the 40th anniversary of the landmark book in Australia penology, The Prison Struggle: Changing Australia's Penal System (Penguin Books, 1982), CCLJ Intern Isaac Kwong had the opportunity to interview one of the authors – David Brown, Emeritus Professor, UNSW Faculty of Law and Justice. Click through for the transcript of the insightful interview.
The Centre for Crime, Law and Justice would like to acknowledge the Bedegal people of the Eora Nation that are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Combining the disparate areas of green criminology, environmental crime and restorative justice, center member Mark Hamilton seeks to explore what role restorative justice conferencing can play in giving victims and offenders of environmental crime voice, interaction and input into the sentencing of environmental offenders.
On 25 May 2021, the CCLJ hosted a special HDR event on ‘Demystifying Thesis Examination’. CCLJ HDR members were joined by other HDR candidates from the Faculty of Law & Justice as they listened to four experienced examiners discuss their approach to examining PhD theses.
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