- 26 January
CJC and Max Plank Institute Conference
- 22 January
Roundtable on The Taricco Saga and its Impact on National and EU Criminal Law
- 15 December
Joint Seminar Session Criminal Justice Centre at the School of Law, Queen Mary University of London and Centre international de criminologie comparée and École de criminologie, Université de Montréal
- 14 December
QMUL Reflection Group on Terrorism and Human Rights - The Great Data Extortion Exercise: investigating the Trump Travel Bans
- 7 December
Annual Lecture of the Criminal Justice Centre with Professor Juliet Stumpf
- 26-27 October
Criminal Justice and Accountability in Africa – National and Regional Developments Conference
- 26 October
DELF Educational Event - The CJEU and the Goldilocks Squeeze
- 13-14 October
Fifth Annual Renmin – Queen Mary Criminal Justice Conference held in China
- 3 September
Third Art, Crime and Criminals: Painting Fresh Pictures of Art Theft, Fraud and Plunder Workshop
- 30 June
The Impact of European Union Law on National Criminal Law [PDF 480KB]
- 25 May
Brexit and Criminal Justice Co-operation
- 4-5 May
Workshop on: When the Exception becomes the rule: European Union Societies on the move [PDF 250KB]
- 31 March
European Criminal Law in the Global Context: Values, Principles and Policies
- 24 February
Annual Lecture of the Criminal Justice Centre
- 1 February
Criminal Justice and Surveillance Technologies Seminar by Duncan Campbell: ‘Tinkerbell to Tempora’
- 25 January
Criminal Justice and Surveillance Technologies Seminar by Graham Smith: ‘The question of content versus communications data’
- 18 January
Criminal Justice and Surveillance Technologies Seminar by Bernard Keenan and Katherine Maher
- 16 January
- Second Art, Crime and Criminals: Painting Fresh Pictures of Art Theft, Fraud and Plunder Workshop
- 7-8 December
Illicit Networks Workshop
- 5-6 December
CJC Conference: Policing Flows Workshop
- 1-2 December
Fourth Queen Mary – Renmin Criminal Justice Conference: Transnational Crime
- 28-29 November
Fourth Seminar of the Queen Mary Reflection Group on Terrorism and Human Rights - Surveillance, Oversight, and Human Rights in Counter Terrorism
- 14-15 July
Cities of Welcome, Cities of Transit Conference
- 24 June
- 21 June
First Art, Crime and Criminals: Painting Fresh Pictures of Art Theft, Fraud and Plunder Workshop
- 16-17 June
Third Seminar of the Queen Mary Reflection Group on Terrorism and Human Rights - (Counter)Terrorism, Human Rights and Discrimination/Racism: A European challenge [PDF 235KB]
- 9 June
The Inaugural Lecture of Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas - EU Criminal Law after Lisbon: Rights, Trust and the Transformation of Justice in Europe
- 25-26 April
Criminal Justice Centre co-organises the 10th Anniversary Conference of the European Criminal Law Academic Network
- 23 March
Joint Criminal Justice Centre/Work In Progress seminar by Amber Marks: ‘The Fine Green Line: The Regulation of Cannabis Clubs and Cultivation in Spain’
Discussant: Rudi Fortson QC, Visiting Professor, CJC
- 18 February
Film Screening: 'Leave to Remain' with Q&A from director Bruce Goodison
- 17 February
Banking on Mobility over a Generation: From Criminalisation to Administration of Migration Flows
- 15-16 February
Refugee Week: Open Day Advice Sessions for Refugees
- 11 February
New Book Forum: 'Allowing for Exceptions - A Theory of Defences and Defeasibility in Law' by Dr Luís Duarte d’Almeida
- 10 February
CJC Seminar Series: 'Current Challenges in European Criminal Law' - Caroline Morgan, Representation of the European Commission in the UK
- 27 January
CJC Seminar Series: 'Current Challenges in European Criminal Law' - Professor Stefano Manacorda
- 20 January
CJC Seminar Series: 'Current Challenges in European Criminal Law' - Professor Emilio de Capitani and Professor Roberto Kostoris
- 15 January
Queen Mary Reflection Group on Terrorism and Human Rights Seminar: Law and Politics
- 11 December
QMUL Criminal Justice Centre co-hosts 'Access to Electronic Data for Law Enforcement Purposes' Conference
- 4 November
QMUL Criminal Justice Centre held its third Annual Criminal Justice Conference on Anti-Corruption with Renmin University of China
- 30-31 October
QMUL Criminal Justice Centre has joined the UN Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative
- 22 October
EFFACE project workshop: Enhancing the EU’s efforts to combat environmental crime – the path ahead
- 6 October
Dr Saskia Hufnagel speaks at Women in Law Enforcement Conference in India
- 18 September Taming the Markets: Regulatory and Criminal Justice Responses to Misconduct in Financial Services
- 19 May
A one-day workshop on 'Organised Crime in the UK: New Challenges?'
- 14 May
CJC Workshop: ‘Art Crime: Sketching Boundaries and Mapping Prevalence'
- 7 May
CJC Annual Lecture: Rashida Manjoo
- 21 April
CJC Workshop: 'The Future of the UK in Europe's Area of Criminal Justice'
- 10 April
Kobe and QMUL Symposium on International Law 'Diversity of Transnational Criminal Justice'
- 18 March
Looking Forward, Looking Back: Towards the ‘Next Generation’ of Tasers
- 12 March
CJC Seminar: 'The Consequences of the Data Retention Judgement for Mass Surveillance'
- 11 March
Meeting of the (Revived) Criminal Justice Society
- 5 March
CJC Seminar: 'Security, Intelligence, Surveillance, Compliance - Contemporary Perspectives'
- 11 February
CJC Seminar: 'Transnational Order and Jurisprudence of Rights - Privacy at the US Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights'
- 17-18 October
Second Annual CJC-Renmin University Joint Conference: Legal Responses to Financial Crime
Read Eurojust's report of the Financial crime event on eurojust.europa.eu
- 8 September
The Moment of Truth? Police and Judicial Co-operation in the EU
- 16 June
CJC Seminar: 'The Exclusion of Illegally Obtained Evidence'
- 9 June
CJC Seminar: 'The Law and Cannabis Associations in Spain'
- 8-9 May
Fourth ECLAN PhD Seminar on the EU Area of Criminal Justice
- 1 May
Regulating New Psychoactive Substances: Science, Law and Policy
- 12 March
CJC Seminar: 'EU Counter-terrorist Finance: The Challenge for Reform' by Cian Murphy
- 4 February
Law and Society Annual Lecture: Vera Baird QC, 'Police and Crime Commissioners, Making a Difference'
- 30 January
CJC Annual Lecture: Contempt of Court in the Age of the Internet by Professor David Ormerod QC
- 25-26 October
Renmin University and Queen Mary University of London Joint Conference: Policy and Criminal Justice: How to meet the challenges of organized crime in the context of globalization, Beijing
- 17 September
Hate Crime: The Case for Extending the Existing Offences
- 10 May
Comparative Criminal Procedures: The Case of Terrorism Investigations and Prosecutions
- 13 March
2013 Law and Society Lecture - MEG 94 'The Case for the Prosecution: independence and the public interest' by The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP
- 22 February
CJC / UKAEL: EU Criminal Law - Current Issues
- 31 January
The UK's 2014 Opt-Out - What future for the UK within EU police and criminal justice co-operation? co-hosted by The European Movement and Queen Mary's Criminal Justice Centre.
- 9 January
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Manolis Melissaris "From legal pluralism to public justification"
- 28 November
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Wayne Morrison, “Towards a Dismal Science of the World”
- 21 November
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Morten Kinander, Norwegian Business School, "Retributive Theories and Justifications of Punishment: Reflections in the Aftermath of the Breivik case”
- 26-28 June
The W G Hart Legal Workshop 2012: Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice
- 2 April
Criminal Justice Centre Lecture: Eurojust Challenges in Cross-Border Judicial Co-operation
- 28 March
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Amber Marks, Queen Mary, University of London, 'The Fault Lines in Forensic Science: A case-study'
- 15 February
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Elspeth Guild, Queen Mary, University of London, 'Security, Migration and Law: Examining the UK and EU nexus'
- 18 January
Criminal Justice Centre Seminar: Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas, Queen Mary, University of London, 'The Limits of Mutual Trust: Applying the Principle of Mutual Recognition to Criminal Law and Justice in Europe'
- 7 December
Listen to the Podcast and view report from first meeting of the Bayes and Law network
Where next for Bayes? Can we agree on the role of Bayesian reasoning in Criminal Justice?
- 23 November
Listen to the podcast: The Extradition Review Team Debate - "The Future for UK Extradition"
- 9 June
Listen to the podcast: Criminal Justice Centre Conference: The Future of Expert Evidence
- 14 March
Criminal Justice Centre Lecture Series: 'Data Protection in Europe’s Area of Security and Justice'
- 11 May
Professor David Ormerod's Inaugural Lecture "Call my accuser before my face and I have done." Absent and anonymous witnesses in the criminal trial.
- 25 January
The Criminal Justice Centre conference - Hate speech bans: critical perspectives
In recent years criminal law on 'hate speech' in England & Wales has undergone significant changes: new legislation on incitement to religious hatred and, most recently, homophobic hatred has been adopted. This conference seeks to discuss those new developments. The event is chaired by Professor Peter Alldridge.
Speakers include: Professor Eric Heinze (Professor of Law and Humanities, Queen Mary), Maleiha Malik (Reader in Law, King’s College), Perry Keller (Senior Lecturer in Law, King’s College), and Marloes van Noorloos (PhD candidate, Utrecht University).
- 6 November
Queen Mary Centre for Criminal Justice and Centre for Law and Medical Ethics present a half-day conference: Purdy and the DPP’s guidelines
- 7 October
The Criminal Justice Centre: Symposium on Neoliberal Penality
LOÏC WACQUANT (University of California-Berkeley & Centre de sociologie européenne-Paris) will be discussing his latest books, 'Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity' and 'Prisons of Poverty' with STANLEY COHEN (London School of Economics and Political Science) LORAINE GELSTHORPE (University of Cambridge) MARTIN JONES (University of Wales, Aberystwyth) NICOLA LACEY (London School of Economics and Political Science) DAVID NELKEN (Universities of Cardiff and Macerata) TIM NEWBURN (London School of Economics and Political Science) and RICHARD SPARKS (University of Edinburgh)
- 1 May
The Criminal Justice Centre's Inaugural Conference “For Safety’s Sake” examined recent practices and trends in the Court of Appeal’s practices. It coincided with the 100th Anniversary of the first Court of Appeal hearing. All aspects of the approach were examined by the distinguished speakers: Patrick O’Connor, Professor Peter Duff, Professors David Schiff and Richard Nobles, Professor Graham Zellick and Lord Justice Hughes.