About MCLR+

The online open access Modern Criminal Law Review is a collaborative project designed to facilitate multilateral discourse about criminal law across countries, systems, and disciplines: a global platform for a global subject. MCLR+ is international, interdisciplinary, and multimedia: it features contributions from any disciplinary, doctrinal, or domestic perspective and in any format or medium that may shed light on one of the most vexing, and urgent, topics in law and governance, including interventions, articles, videos, audios (podcasts), features, and events.

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Editorial Team

Markus D. Dubber, Canada

Editorial Board
Gautam Bhatia, India/Kenya
Morten Boe, Germany
Darryl Brown, US
Sarai Chisala-Tempelhoff, Malawi
Jennifer Carlson, US
Julieta Di Corleto, Argentina
Lindsay Farmer, UK
Patrick Hartford, Canada
Insa Koch, Switzerland
Nicola Lacey, UK
Shai Lavi, Israel
Mao-hong Lin, Taiwan
Rocío Lorca Ferreccio, Chile
Arlie Loughnan, Australia
Chikondi M. Mandala, Malawi
Tadesse Simie Metekia, Ethiopia
Lucas Minorelli, Brazil
Ngozi Okidegbe, US
Iñigo Ortiz de Urbina, Spain
Heikki Pihlajamäki, Finland
Kate Robertson, Canada
Abhinav Sekhri, India
Elies van Sliedregt, Holland
Simon Stern, Canada
Leo Zaibert, UK

Senior Editors
Manreet Brar
Emily Chu
Giancarlo Gillespie (Executive Editor)
Jonathan Ku