We Need to Talk about Juries

August 9, 2022
Department of Philosophy, University of Glasgow

Glasgow G12 8LP
United Kingdom

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Durham University
London School of Economics
University of Glasgow

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University of Glasgow

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Interdisciplinary workshop on issues surrounding the jury.

Location: Reid Room, University of Glasgow Philosophy Department and on Zoom.

No registration fee, but please email if you plan on attending ([email protected]). For attendees via Zoom, link will be distributed after registration.  

10:00-11:00 Katherine Puddifoot (Durham), ‘Credibility Deficits, Memory Errors and the Criminal Trial’.

11:10- 12:10: Fiona Leverick (Glasgow), ‘What can mock jury research tell us about jury decision making? Key findings from the Scottish Jury Research’

12:10-13:10: LUNCH

13:10-14:10: Lewis Ross (LSE), ‘TBA’

14:20-15:20: Lottie Herriott (Anglia Ruskin), “Maybe there was mixed messages:” Rape Myth Endorsement and Victim Blame amongst 21st Century Jurors.

15:20-16:00: BREAK

16:00-17:00. Joe Slater (Glasgow), ‘Prospects and Problems for Restricted Jury Abolition’

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