Monday, September 15, 2008

Guest Blogger: Liz Campbell

It's IntLawGrrls' great pleasure today to welcome as a guest blogger Dr Liz Campbell (left), a Lecturer at Scotland's University of Aberdeen Law School.
Liz earned her BCL, LLM, and PhD degrees from the National University of Ireland. She taught at University College Cork, Ireland, while conducting her doctoral research as a Government of Ireland scholar. As is apparent from her many publications, Liz is an expert on a range of criminal justice issues -- evidence, criminal procedure, criminal law, criminology and penology. Her guest post below draws from that expertise: the post outlines a paper, which Liz presented at an international law and society conference, concerning the erosion of individual rights in Ireland's criminal justice system.
Heartfelt welcome!


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