Research Seminars

Our seminars are open to anyone interested in Criminology and Law.

Students in a lecture theatre at the University of Sheffield

As a modern law school we are committed to the long term training and support of people in practice and the public sector. Our seminars take place in the School of Law, Bartolome House unless otherwise stated. 

Everyone is welcome to attend and there is no need to register.

Date, Time, Venue Seminar Title Speaker Host
Wednesday 2nd October 2019 Reading Pictures: Art History and the Sociology of Punishment Professor Eamonn Carrabine Centre for Criminological Research
Wednesday 16th October 2019 Rights of Man, Human Rights and Rights of the Governed: An Analysis of the Production of Rights in Michael Foucault's Thought Professor Marcelo Raffin Sheffield Centre for International and European Law
Wednesday 23rd October 2019 The Case for a Patchwork of Philosophical Foundations for Labour Law Professor David Cabrelli Sheffield Institute for Corporate and Commercial Law
Wednesday 30th October 2019 Author meets readers- Police Powers and Citizens' Rights: Discretionary Decision-Making in Police Detention with readers Megan O'Neill (Dundee) and Adam White (Sheffield) Dr. Layla Skins Centre for Criminological Research
Friday 1st November 2019 Poland’s Constitutional Breakdown: a Case Study in Democratic Backsliding Wojciech Sadurski Sheffield Centre for International and European Law
Tuesday 26th November 2019 ‘Friend or foe? – The ambivalent role of the legislator in collective bargaining’ Professional Rudiger Krause Sheffield Institute for Corporate and Commercial Law
Wednesday 4th December 2019 tbc Daniel Briggs Centre for Criminological Research

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