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Spotlight on COVID: Criminal justice and the future of the jury

Dr Hannah Quirk, Reader in Criminal Law at the Dickson Poon School of Law, discusses the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the criminal justice system.

She also explores the value of the jury in Britain’s adversarial judicial model, particularly in holding public confidence in trials and their outcomes.

Read more:

H Quirk, Why you should care about the right to trial by jury, OpenDemocracy.

H Quirk, ‘Covid-19 and jury-less trials? Editorial’ Criminal Law Review [2020] (7), 569-571.

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Hannah Quirk

Hannah Quirk

Reader in Criminal Law