Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law theory; Criminal law history; Mental incapacity in criminal law
Dr Loughnan welcomes enquiries from students who wish to research in areas related to her research areas: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law theory, Criminal law history and Mental incapacity in criminal law.
Professor Arlie Loughnan.
Sydney Law School
Dr Loughnan supervises students undertaking research on Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law theory, Criminal law history and Mental incapacity in criminal law.
Examples of PhD, Masters and Honours theses suprevised (completed and in progress) include the following:
- Patterns of Section 32 Usage for People with Mental Health Disorders and Cognitive Disabilities in the NSW Criminal Justice System;
- Rough Justice in the Counter-World? Procedural Protections of the Accused in the Summary Jurisdiction;
- Civil and Criminal Property Forfeiture
- Criminal Justice in the High Court
If proposed studies adopt inter-disciplinary approaches, candidates are expected to possess solid and extensive research skills in the relevant area, alongside legal research skills. Interested students must hold an Hons 1 or equivalent degree.
Scholarships may be available for PG research students, e.g. APA/UPA. Visit Scholarhsips Office
website for further information.
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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is 1515