Criminal Law and Criminology
Candidates often explore aspects involving criminal law, forensic psychiatry, drug policy and the law, gender and race relations, youth and crime, policing in society, and other social and cultural aspects of criminal justice.
Current focus areas for academics in Criminal Law and Criminology.
The Sydney Institute of Criminology is located within the Sydney Law School and students are encouraged to participate in the Institute's activities which include: public seminars and specialist training; research; the provision of information to key agencies and the media, and the publication of a monograph series as well as the respected journal Current Issues in Criminal Justice. For further information visit http://www.criminology.law.usyd.edu.au. John O’Brien Memorial Coursework Scholarships in Criminal Law and CriminologyEstablished by a bequest to establish a memorial fund in perpetuity named the John O’Brien Memorial Fund. The purpose of the bequest is to provide scholarships in the University of Sydney Law School in particular for students in Criminal Law. The scholarships will be awarded annually to commencing students in the Master of Criminology by coursework.
Eligibility: Applicants should be Australian citizens or permanent residents who will be enrolling in the Master of Criminology coursework degree, either full-time or part-time. Applicants will be assessed on their entry scores and other measures of merit including a personal statement, and financial need.
Value of award: Payment of fee liability.
Application method: Applications will open in October of each year (subject to availability).
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Criminal Law, Criminology, Comparative and International Criminal Justice, Juries, Hate Crime, Crime Research and Policy, Homophobic Violence, Racist Violence, Fear of Crime, Crime & Social Isolation, Rural Violence, Policing.
The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 485
Other opportunities with Associate Professor Kristin Savell
Other opportunities with Associate Professor Arlie Loughnan
- Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law theory; Criminal law history; Mental incapacity in criminal law
- Gender, Sexuality and Law
- Litigation/Dispute Resolution
Other opportunities with Associate Professor Rita Shackel
Other opportunities with Professor Gail Mason