Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Challenges in policing financial crime (2022)
Book Chapter
Young, M. A., & Phillips, A. (2022). Challenges in policing financial crime. In B. Rider (Ed.), A Research Agenda for Financial Crime (89-104). Edward Elgar Publishing

Law enforcement efforts to disrupt financial crime rest on a myriad of crime control policies which are designed outside of the interests of enforcement bodies. Neglecting to recognize the lived experiences of frontline officers threatens the effecti... Read More about Challenges in policing financial crime.

‘An endlessly strange experience’: Experiences of media reporting on criminal courts during the Covid-19 pandemic (2022)
Report
Smith, T., Reardon, S., Keppel-Palmer, M., & Gross, B. (2022). ‘An endlessly strange experience’: Experiences of media reporting on criminal courts during the Covid-19 pandemic. University of the West of England

It is well established that the news media plays a pivotal role ‘in facilitating open justice’ by reporting on the proceedings of the courts. Following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and the shutting of physical court rooms in England and Wales i... Read More about ‘An endlessly strange experience’: Experiences of media reporting on criminal courts during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs? (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Smith, T. (2022, June). Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs?

Poor lawyering is arguably, at its core, a failure to be a good lawyer. One method of measuring ‘good’ lawyering is to assess how effectively lawyers discharge their professional duties (for example, acting in the best interests of a client). Whilst... Read More about Neurodivergent defendants & the poor lawyer: How might defence lawyers adapt to their clients’ needs?.