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Our Current Research Degree Students

Name Email Address Area of Research Lead Supervisor
Anastasiou, Thekli A critical analysis of the present stance of the law of protection for environmentally displaced persons within international law Professor Nicholas Tsagourias
Banwell-Moore, Rebecca Restorative Justice: A comparative analysis of the barriers to Victim Participation. Professor Joanna Shapland
Barrett, Victoria 'Thatcherism' Assessing the relevance of the neo-conservative 'law and order' agenda of Thatcherism in UK society today. Professor Stephen Farrall
Bekaj, Armend Rearranging the puzzles of security in the Western Balkans: a comparative study of intra-state armed groups Dr Matthew Bacon
Biggio, Giacomo Cyberwarfare and the law of targeting Professor Nicholas Tsagourias
Binch, Lucy Prostitution and the Sex Industry Dr Maggie Wykes
Bradford, Lauren An exploration of the criminal justice experiences of those who are bereaved through homicide Professor Joanna Shapland
Conde Gutierrez, Carlos  Intellectual Property Rights and Synthetic Biology  Professor Tamara Hervey
Corbally, Alice Diversity or disorder? Promoting diversity through police partnerships Dr Layla Skinns
Cousins, Katherine History of Income Tax Law 1799-1842 Professor RG Burrell
D'Souza, Nikki Organised Crime Groups and the application of restorative approaches Professor Joanna Shapland
Demirhan, Eray Rethinking legal limitations to Articles 8-11 of the European Convention on Human Rights through Dworkin’s eyes Dr Damian Gonzalez-Salzberg
Fernando, Ruwani ‘How does culture impact desistance from crime? A comparative study of desistance narratives in France and England’ Professor Stephen Farrall
Grace, Jamie Law, policy and regulation in understanding the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme Dr Richard Kirkham
Greally, Robert The Institutional Implications Of Political Constitutionalism: Is There More To Political Constitutionalism Beyond The Judicial Review Debate? Professor GD Gee
Johnston, Claire Exploring girls and young women's experiences of the criminal justice system, using an intersectional feminist framework Dr Gilly Sharpe
Kastelic, Andraz The international law of State responsibility for the internationally wrongful computer operations below the threshold of the use of force Dr Russell Buchan
Kemeys, Josie The Constitutional Reform Act 2005: ten years on Professor GD Gee
Koturovic, Darja Crime and Drug Trafficking in Serbia Professor P Knepper
Kotzamani, Pangiota Individual Criminal Responsibility of the High-Ranking Executives of a Multinational Corporation under the Statute of the International Criminal Court Professor Nicholas Tsagourias
Kurniawan, Ari A Comparative Legal Analysis of Ex ante and Ex post Regulations of Recession Banks in the light of Insolvency Measures : Lesson from Financial Turbulence and Economic Study Dr Jay Cullen
Matthewman, Molly I Am How I Live: A Study of Graduate Housing in Beijing and London, and the Relationship between Renting, Identity and ‘Home’ Dr Ting Xu
McMahon, Louisa An Exploration into Domestic Abuse in Male Same-Sex Relationships. Dr Maggie Wykes
Morrison, Alasdair Utilising an international criminal law doctrine in the establishment of state responsibility Professor Nicholas Tsagourias
Pocock, Catherine Intellectual property law Professor Robert Burrell
Radisavljevic, Dejana International Criminal Sentences - time for a rethink Dr David Hayes
Shimwell, Morgan A Legal and Sociological Study of the Limitations of Supply-Side Laws as the European Response to Global Trade in Falsified Medical Technologies' Professor Tamara Hervey
Simonsen Carrascal, Isabel A postcolonial-queer reading of international human rights law Dr Damian Gonzalez-Salzberg
Sinclair, Olivia ‘Why do men rape?’, Talking to psychologists, policing personnel and men on what motivates perpetrators of sexual violence to offend. Dr Maggie Wykes
Smith, Rivka To what extent is the police service able to utilize creative and innovative thinking from police constables to challenge the existence of social and cultural barriers to the adoption of flexible working Dr Matthew Bacon
Song, Dan A Legal Study: The Influence of Independent Director System for the Performance of Chinese Listed Companies Professor Andrew Johnston
Stark, Abigail Further than the Franchise: Prisoners’ Experiences of Active Citizenship in England & Wales, and Ireland. Dr Cormac Behan
Tunks, Robert The use of force in international law - The Differences Between International and African Regional Approaches on the Responsibility to Protect and a Search for Definition Dr Russell Buchan
Udofa, Kingsley Adapting European Regulatory Framework to innovative and technological advancements in electronic money Professor A Johnston
Ververidou, Faye EU Law Professor Tamara Hervey
Yau, Claire The extent to which international law deters and suppresses terrorist use of cyber space for recruitment, funding and propaganda purposes Dr Russell Buchan
Walker, Charlotte A Study Examining the Experiences of Unrepresented Defendants in the Criminal Courts Professor Joanna Shapland