Centre Co-Director Luke McNamara is a Chief Investigator on a new project funded by an ARC Discovery Project grant (DP200100101): Intoxication Evidence in Rape Trials: A Double-Edged Sword? Led by Associate Professor Julia Quilter (School of Law, University of Wollongong) this project will investigate the operation of Australian statutory reforms designed to shape the operation and impact of evidence of complainant and/or defendant intoxication in sexual assault trials.
Weave’s intensive support service for young people leaving custody or involved in the criminal justice system. April 2020.
Melanie Schwartz and Mareese Terare
The potential conditional release of some NSW prisoners as soon as early April may prove an important move to boost community safety, UNSW Professor of Criminology Eileen Baldry says.
by Centre Member Natalie Hodgson and Prof Sarah Williams.
The International Criminal Court Prosecutor declines to examine Australia’s policy on asylum seekers despite accepting evidence of mistreatment.
We the undersigned are seeking your immediate action to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 in the Australian criminal justice system, especially prisons and youth detention centres.
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A UNSW Law report is a clear call to action for the NSW Government and relevant departments and agencies to ensure people are adequately supported in their transition from prison to the community.
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Experts have warned that Australians’ civil rights are being incrementally eroded following a string of legislative changes and (mis)use of police powers. Drawing upon the recent momentum of the Rethinking Strip Search Report, this article traverses interrelated examples of legislation and police practices that are infringing upon a cornerstone of Australia’s democracy — civil rights.
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We are delighted to welcome Justice Maxwell AC, President of the Court of Appeal (Victoria), to UNSW Law.