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Hybrid | Juries and Evidence in Sexual Offence Prosecutions

Thursday 20th July 2023

17.00 – 19.00hrs

This workshop has been co-organised by the UCL Centre for Criminal Law and the UCL Judicial Institute.

The UCL Centre for Criminal Law aims to promote research and teaching at UCL in criminal law subjects, namely substantive criminal law, criminal procedure and evidence, the criminal justice system, criminology and the philosophy and practice of punishment. Read more about the centre.

The UCL Judicial Institute is the UK’s first and only centre of excellence devoted to research, teaching and policy engagement about the judiciary. Read more about the centre.

17:00 Welcome by Prof David Ormerod CBE, KC (Hon), UCL Laws
17:05 Prof Penney Lewis, Law Commissioner (Criminal Law) for England & Wales, Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College
17:20 Dr Lewis Ross, Asst Prof LSE Philosophy, on the Case for Real Jury Research
17:35 Ebani Dhawan, UCL Psychology graduate and Duke University student, and Prof Patrick Haggard, UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, on victims’ psychological responses to sexual assault
17:50 John Riley, 23ES, a Grade 4 CPS RASSO list panel member and Deputy Chair of the Criminal Bar Association RASSO Committee
18:05 Prof Cheryl Thomas KC (Hon), Director, UCL Jury Project & Co-Director, UCL Judicial Institute
18:20 Questions & Answers
18:45 Brief Concluding remarks

You can attend this event in-person at UCL Faculty of Laws (Bentham House, 4-8 Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG) or alternatively you can join via a live stream.

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