Organization profile

Organisation profile

The Centre for Law and Justice comprises a team of highly qualified and experienced legal practitioners, researchers, and criminal justice professionals. We offer internationally unique and innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses in law, criminal justice and legal ethics. These courses are delivered by an interdisciplinary group of dynamic academics comprising criminologists, lawyers, sociologists, philosophers and policing scholars.

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justice Social Sciences
asylum seeker Social Sciences
police Social Sciences
community Social Sciences
evidence Social Sciences
offense Social Sciences
criminalization Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences

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Research Output 1999 2018

Homophobic and Non Homophobic Aggression: Examining its portrayal in print media 

Birch, P., Ozanne, R. & Ireland, J. L. 2018 International Handbook on Aggression: Current issues and perspectives. Routledge

Research output: ResearchChapter

Human Aggression: How far have we come?

Ireland, J. L., Birch, P. & Ireland, C. A. 2018 International Handbook on Aggression: Current issues and perspectives. Routledge

Research output: ResearchChapter

International Handbook on Aggression: Current issues and perspectives London: Routledge.

Ireland, J. L., Birch, P. & Ireland, C. A. 2018 Routledge.

Research output: ResearchBook

Activities 2004 2017

  • 13 Participation in conference
  • 10 Invited talk
  • 1 Other

Impacts

Procedural Fairness for Judges and Courts

Sally Galovic (Participant), Philip Birch (Participant)

Impact: Public policy Impacts