School of Law Research Profile
Welcome to the School of Law research page
"If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood,
Research is an integral part of the School of Law; it is, of course, an end in itself, but it also informs and enriches teaching and provides an important commentary on and critique of law, criminal justice policy and practice.
Researchers in the School are a vibrant mix of experienced, nationally and internationally-known scholars and younger, more up-and-coming individuals who are beginning to build a reputation. Staff are engaged in a wide and exciting range of research in law and criminal justice.
The School organises a research seminar programme with visiting speakers. PhD supervision is an important part of the cultural life of the School and a range of doctoral programmes are available. The School is committed to produce a solid submission for the next REF.
The School welcomes visiting researchers. Declarations of interest can be sent any time to Professor Peter de Cruz email: S.P.De-Cruz@ljmu.ac.uk
Research relating to Criminal Justice please contact Dr Emma Davies email: E.Davies@ljmu.ac.uk