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Decolonizing the Criminal Question: A Book Panel

An international panel discussion of Decolonizing the Criminal Law: Colonial Legacies, Contemporary Problems (Oxford UP 2023) featuring the four co-editors of the book. [From the OUP website:] Within the discipline […]

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2023 books Uncategorized video vol1

Decolonizing the Criminal Question: A Book Panel

An international panel discussion of Decolonizing the Criminal Law: Colonial Legacies, Contemporary Problems (Oxford UP 2023) featuring the four co-editors of the book. [From the OUP website:] Within the discipline […]

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The Ubiquity of Universal Jurisdiction: Perspectives on the Nexus of Domestic and International Criminal Law (Jan 18, 2024)

This event reflecs on the increased number of cases in domestic criminal courts that rely on each country’s assertion of universal jurisdiction. What justifies the assertion of universal jurisdiction beyond […]

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2023 audio Uncategorized vol1

Criminalizing Sedition: The Indian Debate in International Perspective

Classic legacy of colonialism, or a necessary legal implement to protect the nation-state from threats to its sovereignty? These are the seemingly competing perspectives on offer as the Indian legal […]

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2023 Uncategorized video vol1

Criminalizing Sedition: The Indian Debate in International Perspective

Classic legacy of colonialism, or a necessary legal implement to protect the nation-state from threats to its sovereignty? These are the seemingly competing perspectives on offer as the Indian legal […]

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Just Posted: The MCLR+ YouTube Welcome Video

Still early days over at MCLR+TV, but you can already (re)watch our spirited October 2 kick-off event on Criminalizing Sedition: The Indian Debate in International Perspective.

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Decolonizing the Criminal Question: A Book Panel (Nov 20, 2023)

Join us for an international panel discussion of Decolonizing the Criminal Law: Colonial Legacies, Contemporary Problems (Oxford UP 2023) featuring the four co-editors of the book. [From the OUP website:] […]

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Special Issue: Criminal Law, Literature, and History (fall 2024)

This issue will explore relations between criminal law, literature, and history, covering a wide geographical and historical range, on topics relating to both law and procedure. Contributors: Simon Stern (Canada, […]

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Workshop: Criminal Law, Literature, and History (spring/summer 2024)

This workshop will bring together contributors to the special issue on Criminal Law, Literature, and History (Simon Stern, guest editor). The issue will explore relations between criminal law, literature, and […]

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Special Issue: Reconstructing Criminal Law Revisited (fall 2024)

In this special issue, a diverse range of authors confront questions about whether, and how, we can reconstruct criminal law (as well as its associated institutional forms, including the trial […]

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Workshop: Reconstructing Criminal Law Revisited (spring/summer 2024)

This workshop will feature contributors to the special issue on Reconstructing Criminal Law Revisited (guest edited by Nicola Lacey). In this special issue, a diverse range of authors confront questions […]

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Criminalizing Sedition: The Indian Debate in International Perspective (Oct 2, 2023)

Classic legacy of colonialism, or a necessary legal implement to protect the nation-state from threats to its sovereignty? These are the seemingly competing perspectives on offer as the Indian legal […]