Criminal law and justice
The Criminal Law and Justice research stream involves theoretical, historical and contextual approaches to the study of criminal law. Our academics adopt a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives, including the histories and philosophies of criminal law, trials and pre-trial procedures, psychology and crime and contemporary developments in both domestic and international criminal law and procedure.
Improving Outcomes for Indigenous People with Cognitive Impairment Who Come into Contact with the Criminal Justice System (funded by the Transforming Human Societies Research Focus Area, La Trobe University) – Professor Patrick Keyzer
Jury Directions in Rape Trials – Dr Emma Henderson