Centre for Criminology One Day Conference: Wrongful Conviction and the Death Penalty: The Inevitability of Error?

by | Oct 15, 2014

The Oxford Centre for Criminology is hosting a one day conference on ‘Wrongful Conviction and the Death Penalty: the inevitability of error?’ on 5 November, from 11.30, at the Maths Institute. Please see http://www.crim.ox.ac.uk/event=13255 for more information, including a programme. As we are catering for this event (free lunch!), we’d like you to sign up at the link on the detailed programme so that we know how many to cater for. If the link fails, you can ‘sign up’ by emailing me or Mai Sato.
Students should note that there will be opportunities to learn more about internship opportunities with the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Death Penalty Project and Reprieve at the conference, and a chance to meet with representatives from these organisations.
I look forward to seeing some of you there.
Best wishes,
Carolyn
Professor Carolyn Hoyle
Director, Centre for Criminology
University of Oxford
01865 (2)74452
@CarolynHoyle1
Fifth edn. of Hood & Hoyle’s ‘The Death Penalty’ out soon

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