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Tom Smith

18th Pilgrim Father’s Lecture

Life after Norgrove. Sir Nicholas Wall, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice for England and Wales, p. 1-16

Staff and Post-Graduate Articles and Reports

‘Trying To Get A Good One’ Bigamy Offences in England and Wales, 1850-1950. David Cox, p. 1-32

Counter-Surveillance, Protest and Policing. Dean Wilson, p. 33-42

Electronic Payment Systems. Samahir Abdulah, p. 43-60

Neighbourhood Working in Policing. Neil Chappel, p. 61-64

Undergraduate Law Student Articles

The Extent to which Laws and Regulations on Environmental Liability Protect the Environment and Compensate the Victims. Jessica Maidment, p. 75-95

New Trends in Religious Freedom: The Battle of the Headscarf. Natalie Melmore, p. 96-116

Is the Common Law Defence of Insanity Ineffective and in Need of Reform? Samprada Mukhia, p. 117-131

A Court of Law or a Court of Conscience: A Critique of the Decision in Re A (Children). Laura Offer, p. 132-151

Undergraduate Criminal Justice Student Articles

In What Ways Has Criminology Sought to Understand the Rave Movement as Organised Deviance? Steven Brown, p. 152-161

To What Extent has Muncie’s ‘Punitive Turn’ Become A Global Trend in International Youth Justice? Laura Cook, p. 162-171

Enforcement, Rehabilitation and Public Protection: Developments, Issues and Tensions Impacting on the Work of the Probation Service. Sam Walker, p. 174-184

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