Professor Jonathan Grant, Vice President & Vice Principal for Service and Professor of Public Policy in the Policy Institute,...
15 July 2020
Dr Hannah Quirk discusses the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on the criminal justice system.
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.
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  (7), 569-571.