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Diane Birch

JC Smith Professor of Law (On part-time secondment to the Academy Project Unit), Faculty of Social Sciences

Contact

  • workRoom C122 Law and Social Sciences Building
    University Park
    Nottingham
    NG7 2RD
    UK
  • work0115 95 15706
  • fax0115 95 15696

Research Summary

Research interests lie in the field of Criminal Law, Criminal Evidence and Suspects' Rights.

Recent Publications

  • BIRCH, D., 2004. Hearsay: same old story, same old song? Criminal Law Review. 556, 556-573
  • BIRCH, D., 2003. Untangling sexual history evidence: a rejoinder to Professor Temkin Criminal Law Review. 1, 370-383
  • BIRCH, D. and TAYLOR, C., 2003. People like us? : responding to allegations of past abuse in care Criminal Law Review. 1, 823-849
  • BIRCH, D., 2002. Rethinking sexual history evidence: proposals for fairer trials Criminal Law Review. 7, 531-553
  • BIRCH, D., 2004. Hearsay: same old story, same old song? Criminal Law Review. 556, 556-573
  • BIRCH, D., 2003. Untangling sexual history evidence: a rejoinder to Professor Temkin Criminal Law Review. 1, 370-383
  • BIRCH, D. and TAYLOR, C., 2003. People like us? : responding to allegations of past abuse in care Criminal Law Review. 1, 823-849
  • BIRCH, D., 2002. Rethinking sexual history evidence: proposals for fairer trials Criminal Law Review. 7, 531-553
  • BIRCH, D.J. and LENG, R., 2000. Blackstone's Guide to the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 Blackstone Press Ltd, London, UK.
  • BIRCH, D.J., 2000. A Better Deal for Vulnerable Witnesses? Criminal Law Review. 20
  • BIRCH, D.J., 1999. Suffering in Silence: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Section 34 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 Criminal Law Review. 769-788
  • BIRCH, D.J., 1998. Blackstones Criminal Practice 1998 Blackstone Press Ltd, London, UK.
  • BIRCH, D.J., 1997. Blackstones Criminal Practice 1997 Blackstone Press Ltd, London, UK.
  • BIRCH, D.J., 1997. The Sharp End of the Wedge: Use of Mixed Statements by the Defence Criminal Law Review. 416-431

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