W. G. Hart Legal Workshop: 2012

Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

The W G Hart Legal Workshop 2012 addressed the theme Globalisation, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. The Workshop was held at the Institute from Tuesday 26 June 2012 to Thursday 28 June 2012.

Academic Directors:

  • Professor Peter Alldridge (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas (Queen Mary, University of London)
  • Professor Julian Roberts (University of Oxford)
  • Dr Leonidas K. Cheliotis (Queen Mary, University of London)

W. G. Hart Legal Workshop 2012 - Programme of speakers and papers (pdf)
W. G. Hart Legal Workshop 2012 - Abstracts (pdf) 

Plenary speakers:
Peter Andreas, Brown University
Illicit Globalization: Myths, Misconceptions, and Historical Lessons
Margaret Beare, Osgoode Hall Law School
When the wheel comes off': Maintaining Police Legitimacy in a Globalized Era
Roger Cotterrell, Queen Mary University of London
The Concept of Crime and Transnational Communities: A Perspective from Socio-Legal Theory
Christopher Harding, Aberystwyth University
The interplay of criminal and administrative law in the context of market regulation: The case of serious competition law infringements
Michael Levi, Cardiff University and Bill Gilmore, Edinburgh University
The Rise and Rise of Mutual Evaluation: A Reassessment
Alison Liebling, University of Cambridge
"Us" and "Them": Some Challenges and Learning from Comparative Penology
Dario Melossi, University of Bologna
Migration and Punishment in Europe and the United States: Between the Economy and the Law
David Nelken, Universities of Macerata and Cardiff
Higher-order comparisons and lower-level truths
Michael O' Kane, Peters & Peters
Cartel Enforcement: A product of globalisation
Robert Reiner, London School of Economics and Political Science
Policing and Political Economy: A Tale of Two Freudian Slips
Richard Sparks, University of Edinburgh
Evidence-based what?: Thinking comparatively about knowledge and action on crime control
John Spencer, University of Cambridge
The UK and EU criminal law: Should we be leading, following, or abstaining?
Takis Tridimas, Queen Mary University of London
EU Economic Sanctions and the Rule of Law: Have the courts got it right?
John Vervaele, University of Utrecht
Transnational evidence gathering in the EU from a global and regional perspective
 
Workshop Panel Speakers:
Stephen Allen, Queen Mary University of London
The Pitcairn Prosecutions and the Rule of Law
Joanna Beata Banach-Gutierrez, University of Bergen
Globalised Criminal Justice in the European Union Context: How Theory Meets Practice
Bela Belojevik, University of Palermo
Legal Responses to Transnational Crime and Corruption: Trafficking in Human Beings in Macedonia
Neil Boister, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Transnational Criminal Law
José Ángel Brandariz García, University of A Coruña
The Control of Irregular Migrants in Spain and the (Criminal) Law of the Enemy: Notes on the Exclusion and Inclusion in the Field of Penal Policy
Salvatore Casabona, University of Palermo
Catch Me If You Can! The regulatory circus of the online gambling phenomenon: National market and European law v. globalized market and lex electronica
Gerard Coffey, University of Limerick
Resolving Prosecutorial Jurisdiction and the Principle of Ne Bis in Idem : EU and International Criminal Law Perspectives
Renaud Colson, European University Institute/University of Nantes and Stewart Field, Cardiff Law School
Transnational trends in criminal justice reform? Comparing France with England and Wales
Stewart Field, Cardiff Law School and David Nelken, Universities of Macerata and Cardiff
Understanding Cultural Differences in Youth Justice Case-Files: A Comparative Study in Italy and Wales
Veronika Fikfak, University of Oxford; Sciences Po, Paris
The role of domestic courts in implementing decisions of international institutions: Domestic courts as agents of the international legal order?
Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos, Brunel Law School
Suspects' rights in custodial interrogation in Greece and France: Isolationism, legal cosmopolitanism and local resistance
Ralph Henham, Nottingham Trent University
Penal Ideology, Sentencing and Globalisation
Saskia Hufnagel, Griffith University
Transnational criminal investigations and procedural imperatives: Comparing different regional approaches
John Jackson, University of Nottingham and Sarah Summers, University of Zurich
Confrontation with Strasbourg: UK and Swiss Approaches to Criminal Evidence
Bas Leeuw, Leiden University
The right to a fair trial and the Dutch Constitution: Constitutionalizing rights in a multilevel and globalizing legal order 
Fabio Licata and Costantino Visconti, University of Palermo
Fighting criminal economy: A global challenge not only for criminal justice?
Jean McHale and Sheelagh McGuinness, University of Birmingham
Health Crimes and Globalisation: A case for extra-territorial jurisdiction and enforcement?
Anna Maria Maugeri, University of Catania
The criminal sanctions against the illicit proceeds of criminal organisations
Antonello Miranda, Università degli Studi di Palermo
The Dark Side of the Laws against Human Trafficking: The Need for a New, Not Exclusively Legal, Approach and the 'Italian Way' in a Global World Perspective
Wayne Morrison, Queen Mary University of London
Extending the Criminological Imagination: Globalisation, state crime and the foundations of criminological theory
Celina Nowak, Polish Academy of Sciences
Polish criminal law and globalization
Harriet Nowell-Smith, Ministry of Justice Legal Directorate
Novel Legal Issues in Criminal Justice Directives post-Lisbon
Tom Obokata, Queen's University Belfast
Key EU Principles to Combat Transnational Organised Crime
Jannemieke W. Ouwerkerk, Tilburg Law School, The Netherlands
Criminalisation as a last resort: A national principle under the pressure of Europeanisation?
Michele Panzavolta, University of Maastricht
The Unintelligent System of Criminal Intelligence in Europe
Steve Peers, University of Essex
'This town isn't big enough for the both of us": EU Law, the ECHR and Criminal Suspects' Rights
Ricardo Pereira, Imperial College London
From Illegal Fishing to Waste Dumping: The Law and Politics of Interstate Criminal-Law Cooperation in the High Seas
Alessandra Pera, University of Palermo
Legal questions on financial market abuse: Criminal penalties versus remedies?
Gavin Robinson, University of Luxembourg
Core Values in the Modern EU Investigative and Judicial Web: Transparency, Accountability, Objectivity and Coherence
Natalie Rosen, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Has the last word been said on Universal Jurisdiction? Current state and future development
Perrine Simon, University of Poitiers
The criminalisation power of the European Union
Agustina Iglesias Skulj, Universidade da Coruña
The Spanish Action Plan against Trafficking in Women: Policies and outcomes (2008-2011)
Emily Smith, Fair Trials International
Running before we can walk?  Mutual recognition at the expense of fair trials in Europe's area of freedom, justice and security
Stanislaw Tosza, University of Luxembourg
Criminal responsibility for excessive risk in business transactions: A comparative study
Eef Vandebroek and Frank Verbruggen, University of Leuven
Not Dying, Just Fading Away: Death Penalty Clauses Limiting Mutual Assistance
Marianne Wade, Birmingham Law School
The Evolution of European Criminal Justice and Equality of Arms
Rasmus H. Wandall, University of Lund
Formalising the criminal courts of Ethiopia: Judicial accountability, social trust and, community responsiveness
Martin Wasmeier, European Union's Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)
Criminal justice under the influence of supranational law and international law: Complementary or multiplication of efforts?
Karen Weis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Proportionality testing in the European criminal law and justice area: Are we using canons to shoot mice?
Simone White, European Union's Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)
Implementation of Articles 85 and 86 TFEU: Coordination, hierarchy or collective?
Sappho Xenakis, CESDIP, Paris and Leonidas K. Cheliotis, Queen Mary University of London
The Politics of Punishment and the World Economy
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