ISSN 0022-0183
eISSN 1740-5580
2014 volume 78 (6 issues)

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Criminal Law is a practical tool for students, lecturers and practitioners alike. It provides detailed analysis of what is happening in the courts-at every level from magistrates' court right up to the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Case notes, commentary and articles are all presented in an easy to digest format.

The journal is for anyone involved in the study, practice and administration of criminal law.

Full list of editors and contact details


Professor Alan Reed
University of Northumbria

Legislation editor

Laura McGowan

Opinion Writers

David Kirk (Chairman)
Fraud Prosecution Service

Professor Gary Slapper
New York University

Case Note

Adam Jackson
Senior Lecturer
University of Northumbria

Natalie Wortley
Principal Lecturer
University of Northumbria

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