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KCrim: Michaelmas Hearings - Matt Matravers (York University)

22 Oct
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Part of KCrim: Michaelmas Hearings

The Dickson Poon School of Law presents the KCrim: Michaelmas Hearings with Matt Matravers (York University)

Title: Defrayed culpability: the necessary neatness of criminal law and ‘remaindering’ messiness to sentencing

Abstract

This paper explores Professor Andrew Simester’s new account of the relationship between threshold moral responsibility and culpability. It does so by examining how and when culpability is ‘defrayed’, the ways in which that can be reflected in the criminal law, and what that leaves to be done by just sentencing.

Speaker biography

Matt Matravers joined York Law School in 2015 as Professor of Law, having previously been Professor in the Department of Politics there. He is also Director of the Morrell Centre on Toleration at York. Matt is on the AHRC Peer Review College and is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.


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