Professor Paul Roberts:English Criminal Evidence in Comparative Perspective

 

 Course Name:
English Criminal Evidence in Comparative Perspective
 Teacher:
Professor Paul Roberts
 Course Arrangement:
2016/4/6 - 4/14
 Course Description:
Invited by China Collaborative Innovation Center of Judicial Civilization, the "111 Plan" Base for Evidence Science Innovation and Talent Recruitment and the Institute of Evidence Law and Forensic Science, CUPL, Professor Paul Roberts from the University of Nottingham successfully gave a one-week course on the topic of "English Criminal Evidence in Comparative Perspective" for CUPL graduate students since April 6th to April 14th, 2016.

The University of Nottingham is one of the best universities in the United Kingdom and around the world. Its law school is one of the top law schools with great reputation. Professor Roberts specializes on the criminal evidence law. In these seven days, this course provided an intellectually rigorous scholarly introduction of the law of criminal evidence in England and Wales, and framed this exposition within a broader comparative context relevant to the recent evolution of procedural law in China.

The course begins with Comparative Methodology and Criminal Adjudication, then part II introduces the Foundational Concepts and Institutional Context of English Criminal Evidence, part III of the course explores the Impact of Human Rights Law on English Criminal Evidence. Finally, Part IV of the course addresses the Comparative Criminal Procedure Reform.

 

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