Unfortunately we are not in a position to proceed with the CCJHR Annual Conference entitled “Different Approaches, Same Justice?: Lessons to be Learned Across the White/Blue Collar Divide” this Friday due to circumstances beyond our control.Â We hope that the Conference will proceed at a later date.
Further details will be posted on this site once available
The CCJHR is pleased to announce the programme for its 5th Annual Criminal Law Conference entitled Different Approaches, Same Justice? Lessons to be learned across the White/Blue Collar Divide.
The aim of the conference is to review current debates on how those convicted of crime are treated.Â Traditionally criminal justice responses have differed depending on the nature of the crime, with imprisonment being the preferred form of deterrence/punishment for ordinary crime and self-governance for white collar crime.
More recently, there have been calls for white collar crime to be treated more punitively.Â It is hoped that the various perspectives offered in this conference will contribute to this debate.
The Conference will take place in the Brookfield Health Sciences Complex, Room G_02 on Friday 17th June, 2011 and will run from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
- Dr.Fiona Donson, Faculty of Law, University College Cork
- Dr. Niamh Hourigan, Sociology Department, University College Cork
- Dr. Deirdre Healy, School of Law, University College Dublin
- Jane Mulcahy, Research and Policy Officer, Irish Penal Reform Trust
- Professor Sandeep Gopalan, Head of the Department of Law, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
- Joe McGrath, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law, University College Cork
The full program is now available and can be accessed online here.
Bookings can be madeÂ online by clicking here