The 2022 Seminar

The thirteenth Gerald Gordon seminar on criminal law, supported by the Clark Foundation and the Faculty of Advocates, took place on Thursday 9 June 2022 on the University of Glasgow campus, when the following papers were presented:

  • Dr Jennifer Collins (Bristol): "The fraud pandemic: new challenges for criminal law"
  • Dr Roxanna Dehaghani (Cardiff): "Neurodiversity, vulnerability and the appropriate adult safeguard"
  • J P Fassnidge (Edinburgh): "What we say when we criminalise"
  • Dr Louise Kennefick (Glasgow): "Retribution with recognition: why the criminal law needs a universal partial defence"
  • Peter Reid (Glasgow): "A human rights-based approach to the prosecution of serious sexual crime: victims and prosecutorial decision-making"
  • Professor Stephen Skinner (Exeter): "For my enemies the law: subversion, crime and security in comparative perspective"
  • Professor Cyrus Tata (Strathclyde): "Showing free admissions of guilt: how criminal justice disconnections generate ideal penal subjects"