Criminal Justice Discussion Group
Paul Roberts is the convenor of the Criminal Justice Discussion Group (CJDG) which organises termly informal presentations by scholars and practitioners on issues broadly within the overlapping fields of criminal law, criminal justice (including criminal evidence and procedure) and criminology.
With a strong emphasis on lively debate and constructive criticism, the CJDG has become a popular forum for presenting work in progress, and numerous papers have subsequently been published acknowledging the input of the Group. Postgraduate research and LLM students, as well as colleagues from other Midlands universities, regularly attend.
Previous speakers have included:
- Professor Elena Larrauri, Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona and Visiting Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford (November, 2013)
- Professor William Twining, Emeritus Quain Porfessor of Jurisprudence, University College London (2013)
- Dr Candida Saunders, University of Nottingham (2012, 2010)
- Jonathan Doak, University of Durham (2012)
- Mr Andrew Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator (2011)
- Professor Andrew Choo, University of Warwick (2010)
- Dr Vicky Kemp, Principal Researcher, Legal Services Research Centre (2010)
- Dr Johanna Motzkau, The Open University, Faculty of Social Sciences (2010)
- Professor Victor Tadros, University of Warwick (2009)
- Dr Antje du Bois-Pedain, Magdalene College Cambridge (2008)
- Dr Richard Vogler, University of Sussex (2008)
- Mr David Foxton QC, Essex Court Chambers and Special Professor, University of Nottingham School of Law (2008)