The 2014 Seminar

The sixth Gerald Gordon seminar on criminal law, supported by the Clark Foundation and the Faculty of Advocates, took place in the Sir Charles Wilson Seminar Rooms, University of Glasgow, on Thursday 12 June 2014. The following papers were presented:

  • Isla Callander (PhD student, Glasgow): “The unreliability of jury decision-making in rape trials in Scotland”
  • Enys Delmage (St Andrew’s Hospital, Northampton) and Claire McDiarmid (Strathclyde): “Beyond non-age: a defence for children who offend”
  • Louise Ellison (Leeds): “Psychological disability and criminal (in)justice: a victim perspective”
  • Lindsay Farmer (Glasgow): “Making sexual offences”
  • Jeremy Horder (LSE): “Parliamentarians and criminal misconduct”
  • Corsino San Miguel (PhD student, Glasgow): “Towards an institutional theory of knowledge of criminal law”
  • Oliver Quick (Bristol): “Medical harm and criminal neglect”

A PDF copy of the programme for the day can be downloaded here (2014 Gordon Programme).