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Committee of Management

  • Prof Nicola Padfield (Director) (Faculty profileInterests: All aspects of criminal law, evidence and procedure, including the law of sentencing and progression through sentence.
  • Dr Jonathan Rogers (Co-Deputy Director) (Faculty profileInterests: Substantive criminal law, evidence, human rights and criminal procedure (especially concerning prosecutorial discretion and the common law doctrine of abuse of process)
  • Dr Rachel Clement Tolley (Faculty profileInterests: Criminal law (particularly the law on consent).
  • Tom Hawker-Dawson (Faculty profileInterests: Sentencing and restorative justice.
  • Dr Findlay Stark (Faculty profileInterests: Doctrinal and theoretical/philosophical aspects of criminal law, evidence and procedure.

Centre Members

  • Dr Antje Du Bois Pedain (Faculty profile) Interests: Criminal law and penal theory.
  • Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn (Faculty profile) Interests: Children’s rights and criminal justice.
  • Dr Elaine Freer (Faculty profileInterests: Doctrinal aspects of the substantive criminal law, and rules of criminal procedure and evidence.
  • Prof David Ibbetson (Faculty profile) Interests: Doctrinal and theoretical aspects of the criminal law and its historical foundations.
  • Dr Amy Ludlow (Faculty profile) Interests: Imprisonment.
  • Nick McBride (Faculty profile) Interests: Doctrinal and theoretical aspects of the criminal law.
  • Jo Miles (Faculty profile) Interests: Doctrinal aspects of the substantive criminal law.
  • Dr Dominic Thomas-James (ICE profileInterests: Economic crime, international and offshore financial centres, financial regulation, criminal law, justice, procedure and evidence.
  • Prof Graham Virgo (Faculty profile) Interests: Doctrinal aspects of the substantive criminal law.

PhD Research Students

  • Shraddha Chaudhary Area of research: Sexual offences.
  • Hend Hanafy (Faculty profileArea of research: Punishment theory.
  • Khomotso Moshikaro Area of research: Criminal labels.
  • Sara Trainor Area of research: Private prosecutions.
  • Forest Yu (Faculty profileArea of research: Compensation for miscarriages of justice.