Law researchers are investigating whether Israel is contravening international law by detaining Palestinians without trial. Academics at Edge Hill University are finalising research into the administrative detention of hundreds of Palestinian men, women and children in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. The team visited Palestine and interviewed Palestinians formally held by the Israeli authorities under […]
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University lecturer asked by The European Commission to train judges and prosecutors on enforcing war crimes legislation. Triestino Mariniello, a Senior Lecturer in Law at Edge Hill University, has been asked by the European Commission to help enforce international and domestic war crimes legislation. As a former barrister and expert in international criminal and humanitarian […]
Dr Mariagiulia Giuffré, Lecturer in Law at Edge Hill University, has been awarded a funded Visiting Research Fellowship by the School of Advanced Study, University of London.
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Richard Parrish, Professor of Sports Law at Edge Hill University, has been named Jean Monnet Chair in EU Sports Law and Policy by the European Commission.
Andrew Millie’s new book explores the link between philosophy and criminology.
International Criminal Court judge His Excellency Judge Cuno Tarfusser was today awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Laws
Andrew Millie, Professor of Criminology at Edge Hill, is the editor of a prestigious new book series for Policy Press entitled New Horizons in Criminology.
Dr Howard Davis, Senior Lecturer in Criminology worked as a social worker for Liverpool City Council’s Hillsborough Team between 1989 and 1993. Here he reflects on his experiences and how the Hillsborough disaster relates to his current research