Thinking Outside the Criminal Justice Box: Exploring Alternative Models of Justice – Prisoners’ Families and Friends Service

Thinking Outside the Criminal Justice Box: Exploring Alternative Models of Justice

Sarah Lamble, Lecturer in Law, Birkbeck College, 15 May 2012

The latest addition to our programme of continued professional development evenings is a talk by Sarah Lamble, Lecturer in Law at Birkbeck College, on Tuesday 15 May 2012 at 6.30pm. Refreshments will be available.

The title of her talk is “Thinking Outside the Criminal Justice Box: Exploring Alternative Models of Justice”.

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies at the University of Trent, Canada, a Masters in Criminology at the University of Toronto, and a PhD in Law at the University of Kent, Canterbury. Sarah has taught courses in politics, law, criminal justice and gender and sexuality studies and has published articles on a range of topics including: community responses to violence, welfare and penal policy, and social movements struggles around imprisonment. Sarah has more than 10 years experience as a community organizer on issues of poverty, imprisonment and violence prevention work in the Canadian and UK contexts.

The venue for the evening is our office at 20 Trinity Street, London SE1. The event is free to our volunteers and prisoners’ families. Others are welcome, but a charge of £5 applies.

(Published 6 March)

via Thinking Outside the Criminal Justice Box: Exploring Alternative Models of Justice – Prisoners’ Families and Friends Service.