Criminalizing & Criminalized States Conference
Nov 9, 2012 to Nov 10, 2012
Criminalizing & Criminalized States: A 21st-Century Reassessment of the Domestic and International Interfaces Between the State and Criminal Law conference will explore the question: What significance does our understanding of the state have for criminal law?
The two-day conference will feature several speakers, including Avia Pasternak of the University of Essex talking about "Justifying the Punishment of States" and Alice Ristroph of Seton Hall discussing "Political Anthropomorphism".
For a complete line up of speakers and topics, visit the Criminalizing & Criminalized States conference website.
|Location:||ADR 1014 - Osgoode Hall Law School, Ignat Kaneff Building|
|Sponsor:||Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security|
|Posted by:||François Tanguay-Renaud|