Centre for Law, Justice & Journalism

  1. Objectives & Expertise
  2. Centre Themes
  3. Members
  4. PhD Students
  5. Projects
  6. News
  7. Events
  8. Annual Lectures
    1. Objectives & Expertise
    2. Centre Themes
    3. Members
    4. PhD Students
    5. Projects
    6. News
    7. Events
    8. Annual Lectures

Centre for Law, Justice & Journalism

The Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism is the first major interdisciplinary centre in the UK to develop a broad yet focused interface between law, justice and journalism in society.

We aim to harness and maximise opportunities for research collaboration, knowledge transfer and teaching to become a centre of excellence.

The Centre brings together the expertise in the disciplines of Law, Criminology and Journalism at City University London. Other disciplines and fields such as International Politics, Communications Policy and Forensics provide important intellectually relevant and distinctive additions to the Centre.

CLJJ PhD students and members run a blog for informal discussion and debate around the CLJJ's activities, events and research at City University London.

Events

nullCity Speed Debate: Does the governance and regulation of the BBC need to be changed?

City University London is delighted to announce the third of our half-day seminars to be held ahead of the BBC Charter Review. Speakers include the first Chairman of the BBC Trust, Sir Michael Lyons, David Elstein, the former CEO of Channel Five, and Richard Tait, a former BBC Governor and Trustee.

nullCLJJ Annual Lecture: Policing, Transparency and Evidence Based Practice in Policing

Pioneer of evidence-based policing Professor Betsy Stanko explores Policing, Transparency and Evidence Based Practice in Policing in the CLJJ's Annual Lecture.

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