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Dr Saskia Hufnagel, LLM (International Law, Australian National University), PhD in Law (Australian National University), qualified German legal professional and accredited specialist in criminal law

Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law

email: s.m.hufnagel@qmul.ac.uk
Website: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=912119
Tel: 020 7882 3954

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Saskia Hufnagel

Dr Saskia Hufnagel is a Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law and Co-Director of the Criminal Justice Centre (CJC) at Queen Mary University of London. She previously worked as a Research Fellow at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, Griffith University, Australia, and was a Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Leeds. During the completion of her PhD she taught at the ANU College of Law and between 2009 and 2011 she held a permanent teaching position at the University of Canberra.

Teaching

Undergraduate teaching:

Research

Her main research areas encompass law enforcement cooperation in Asia, North America, the EU and Australasia, comparative constitutional and human rights law with a focus on terrorism legislation and the policing of art crime.  

Examples of research funding:

Saskia is currently working on a number of articles as a result of her research as a Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Leeds. This research focuses on UK involvement in EU police and justice cooperation and in particular the possible benefits and downsides of a UK opt-out with regard to the Lisbon Protocol 36.

She is also currently co-authoring a monograph with Dr Timothy Legrand (Griffith University) Extreme Events – Legal and Policy Challenges in Managing Crises (Ashgate, forthcoming 2014). This book is the result of her research fellowship at the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, Griffith University, Australia.

Together with Duncan Chappell she is currently editing Contemporary Perspectives on the Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime (Ashgate, forthcoming 2014). The edited collection is a result of a workshop grant she obtained at Griffith University in 2011.

Publications

Books

  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell (eds) Contemporary Perspectives on the Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime Ashgate, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel Policing Cooperation Across Borders: Comparative Perspectives on Law Enforcement within the EU and Australia Ashgate, 2013
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Kent Roach (eds) Emergency Law Ashgate, 2012
  • Simon Bronitt, Miriam Gani and Saskia Hufnagel (eds) Shooting to Kill: Socio-legal Perspectives on the Use of Lethal Force Hart Publishing, 2012
  • Saskia Hufnagel, Clive Harfield and Simon Bronitt (eds) Cross-Border Law Enforcement: Regional Law Enforcement Cooperation - European, Australian and Asia-Pacific Perspectives Routledge, 2012
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Carole McCartney (eds) A Question of Trust?: Social & Legal Imperatives in International Police and Justice Co-operation Hart Publishing, 2016, forthcoming
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Tim Legrand Extreme Events – Legal and Policy Challenges in Managing Crises Ashgate, 2017, forthcoming
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell (eds) Handbook on Art Crime Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 forthcoming
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Valsamis Mitsilegas Research Handbook on Transnational Crime Edward Elgar, 2017, forthcoming
  • Saskia Hufnagel, Valsamis Mitsilegas, Shi Yanan China and EU Perspectives on Financial Crime Ashgate, 2017, forthcoming.

Journal Articles and Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Saskia Hufnagel, ‘EU Integrated and Re-Integrated Security. The Position of the UK after the Opt-Out – or Brexit’ (2016) 4(1) European Journal of Policing Studies 63-86 (10,772 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel, Francesca Galli and Scott Crosby, Special Issue on Restrictive Measures (Sanctions) Against Individuals, (2015) New Journal of European Criminal Law Issue 3 (Editorial 1,800 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Anton Moiseienko ‘Targeted Sanctions, Crimes and State Sovereignty’ (2015) New Journal of European Criminal Law Issue 3, 351-371 (8,701 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Transnational Policing and Regulation: The Effect of Shared Fundamental Rights on the Formalisation of Cross-Border Police Cooperation’ (2015) European Journal of Policing Studies Volume 3 Issue 2 204-222 (9,149 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Strategies of Police Cooperation along the Southern Chinese Seaboard: A Comparison with the EU’ Special Journal Issue on ‘Policing the Southern Chinese Seaboard: Histories & Systems in Regional Perspective’ (2014) 61(4) Crime, Law and Social Change 377-399 (10,873 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Two systems, one challenge? Comparing legal regulation on police co-operation in Australia and Europe’ (2014) 1(4) European Journal of Policing Studies 274-298 (11,616 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Transnational Organized Crime: Police Cooperation in China and the EU’ (2014) 2(1) Griffith Asia Quarterly 75-92 (7865 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Observing Crowd-Sourced Surveillance through the Eyes of the German Basic Law’ Special Issue 33(2) IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (Summer 2014) 34-35 (1,311 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell ‘The Beltracchi affair: A comment on the ‘most spectacular’ German art forgery case in recent times’ (Issue 7, Spring 2012) Journal of Art Crime 38-43, ISSN (Print): 1947-5926 (4,100 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Cross-border Police Cooperation: Traversing Domestic and International Frontiers’ (2011) Criminal Law Journal 333 (7,500 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Harmonising police cooperation laws in Australia and the European Union: the tension between local/national and national/supranational Interests’ (2012) Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences (Volume 44, Issue 1), published online October 2011 (9,000 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Jurisdiction Spotlight: Australia’ (2011) Journal of Commonwealth Criminal Law Vol. 1 Issue 1, 132-150 (7,283 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘”The Fear of insignificance”: New Perspectives on Harmonising Police Cooperation in Europe and Australia’ (2010) Journal of Contemporary European Research Vol. 6 Issue 2, 43 (17,408 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Harmonisation and Regional Cooperation in Cross-Border Policing: Comparing European and Australian Frameworks’ (2009) National Europe Centre Briefing Paper Series Vol. 1 No. 2 (December 2009) ISSN 1837-4999 (6,782 words)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘German Perspectives on the Right to Life and Human Dignity in the “War on Terror”’ (2008) Criminal Law Journal 101 (8,512).

Book Chapters

  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Organised Crime’ in Valsamis Mitsilegas, Maria Bergström, Theodore Konstadinides Research Handbook on EU Criminal Law Edward Elgar, 2016
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Cross Border Law Enforcement’ in André Nollkaemper (SHARES Project) (ed) The Practice of Shared Responsibility Cambridge University Press, 2016, forthcoming
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell, ‘The Beltracchi Case’ in Noah Charney (ed) Art Crime, Terrorists, Tomb Raiders, Forgers and Thieves (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Strategies of Police Cooperation along the Southern Chinese Seaboard: A Comparison with the EU’ in Ben Bowling [King's College London] and James W.E. Sheptycki [York University, Toronto] (eds), SAGE Collection on Global Policing and Transnational Law Enforcement, 2015
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Counter-terrorism policing and security arrangements’ in Clive Walker and Genevieve Lennon Routledge Handbook of Law and Terrorism Routledge, 2015
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell ‘Fraud and Fakes in the Art Market: Some Contemporary Case Studies’ in Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell (eds) Contemporary Perspectives on the Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime Ashgate, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘The INTERPOL “PSYCHE” Program – Advancements in International Police Cooperation on Art Crime’ in Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell (eds) Contemporary Perspectives on the Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime Ashgate, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Recent art fraud investigations in Germany’ in Joris Kila and Marc Balcells Cultural Property Crimes BRILL, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Duncan Chappell ‘The Gurlitt Case in German and International Perspective’ in Joris Kila and Marc Balcells Cultural Property Crimes BRILL, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Cross-Border Cooperation in Criminal Matters‘ in Tony Carty (ed) Oxford Bibliographies in International Law Oxford University Press, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel and Carole McCartney ‘Police Cooperation against Transnational Crimes’ in Neil Boister and Robert Currie (eds) Handbook of Transnational Criminal Law Routledge, 2014
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Cross-Border Law Enforcement in the Area of Counter-Terrorism: Maintaining Human Rights in Transnational Policing’ in Clive Walker and Aniceto Masferrer (eds) Counter-Terrorism, Human Rights and the Rule of Law: Crossing Legal Boundaries in Defence of the State Elgar Publishing, 2013
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘AFP Liaison Officers: Connecting the World Down Under’ in Monica den Boer and Ludo Block Liaison Officers: An Analysis of Transnational Policing Eleven International Publishing, 2013
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘European Police Cooperation Frameworks: A Model for Australian Intergovernmental Coordination?’ in Maria O’Neill, Aaron Winter and Kenneth Swinton (eds) New Challenges for the EU Internal Security Strategy Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013
  • Saskia Hufnagel ‘Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Difference: Comparing the Right to Human Dignity and Criminal Liability in Germany and Australia’ in Simon Bronitt, Miriam Gani and Saskia Hufnagel Shooting to Kill: Socio-legal Perspectives on the Use of Lethal Force Hart Publishing, 2012
  • Saskia Hufnagel, “German Perspectives on the Right to Life and Human Dignity in the ‘War on Terror’” in Saskia Hufnagel and Kent Roach (eds) Emergency Law Ashgate, 2012
  • Saskia Hufnagel, ‘(In)security crossing borders: A comparison of police cooperation within Australia and the European Union’ in Saskia Hufnagel, Clive Harfield and Simon Bronitt (eds), Cross-Border Law Enforcement: Regional Law Enforcement Cooperation - European, Australian and Asia-Pacific Perspectives Routledge, 2012
  • Saskia Hufnagel, ‘The Impact of the German Human Dignity Principle on the Right to Life and the Right not to be Subject to Torture’ in Jürgen Broehmer (ed) The German Constitution Turns 60 – Basic Law and Commonwealth Constitution, German and Australian Perspectives Peter Lang Verlag, 2011.

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