Academic conference presentations

2019: Paper presented at the University of Bristol Faculty of Social Sciences and Law 3rd Annual Education and Pedagogy Conference, Engineer’s House, Bristol, 25 June: ‘Is contract cheating the problem or a product of the problem?’

2015: Paper presented at the European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Porto, Portugal, 3-5 September: “Wrongful Conviction Reforms in the U.S. and the UK: Taking Stock.’

2014: Paper presented at the Scholarship Stream of the Innocence Network Annual Conference 2014, Portland, Oregon, 11-12 April: ‘Preventing Wrongful Convictions: “Abortions of Justice versus Miscarriages of Justice.”’

2013: Paper presented at the European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 4-7 September: ‘Preventing Wrongful Convictions: “Abortions of Justice versus Miscarriages of Justice”’.

2013: Paper presented at the European Society of Criminology Annual Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 4-7 September: ‘Why Criminology Should be More Interested in Wrongful Convictions’.

2008: Paper presented at the Clinical Legal Education Organisation (CLEO) Conference, University College Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland, 14 July: ‘The Innocence Network UK (INUK): A Synergy of Help and Hope through Research and Education’.

2007: Paper presented at the British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, London School of Economic (LSE), 18-20 September: ‘Prisoners Maintaining Innocence: Beyond the ‘Parole Deal”.

2007: Paper presented at the Learning in Law Annual Conference, University of Warwick, 4-5 January: ‘Workshop on Innocence Network UK Draft Protocols for Member Innocence Projects’.

2006: Paper presented at the Clinical Legal Education Organisation Conference 2006, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, 14 July: ‘Innocence Projects: A Perfect Solution for Clinical Legal Education?’

2006: Paper presented at Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Stirling, 28-30 March: ‘Giving voice to prisoners who may be innocent: excavating counterdiscourses subjugated by the Parole Deal’.

2005: Paper presented at the Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, 6-9 September: ‘Wrongful convictions and innocence projects: help, hope and education’.

2005: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, 31 March – 1 April: ‘Why the Failure of the Prison Service and the Parole Board to Acknowledge Wrongful Imprisonment is Untenable’.

2004: Paper presented at the 32nd Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, University of Bristol, 16-19 September: ‘Public crises of confidence in the criminal justice system: progressive promise and regressive risks’.

2004: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Glasgow, 6-8 April: ‘The Limits of the Criminal Cases Review Commission’.

2004: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Glasgow, 6-8 April: ‘Miscarriages of justice and the reform of the criminal justice system’.

2003: Paper presented at the 31st Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, Helsinki, Finland, 30 August – 2 September: ‘Evidence based policy in the reform of the criminal justice system?: Only if the ‘evidence’ fits!’

2003: Paper presented at the Centre for Studies in Crime and Social Justice (Edge Hill) in collaboration with The European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control International Conference, Chester College, 22-24 April: ‘Mapping a more adequate depiction of miscarriages of justice’.

2003: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, Nottingham Trent University, 14-16 April: ‘A response to Justice For All: What about the victims of the present system?’

2002: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Aberystwyth, 3-5 April: ‘How big is the “iceberg?”: A zemiological approach to quantifying miscarriages of justice’.

2001: Paper presented at the Socio-Legal Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Bristol, 3-5 April: ‘Wrongful convictions and the tradition of Criminal Justice System reform’.