Inaugural Annual Ashgate Lecture in Criminal Law – Should failure to help another be sufficient for manslaughter liability?

Posted by Sarah Stilwell, Senior Marketing Executive

Ashgate is delighted to announce the Inaugural Annual Ashgate Lecture in Criminal Law, which will take place on 27th November 2013 at Durham Law School.

Professor Andrew Ashworth, Vinerian Professor of English Law at Oxford University, is the Guest Lecturer and his chosen lecture topic is:

SHOULD FAILURE TO HELP ANOTHER BE SUFFICIENT FOR MANSLAUGHTER LIABILITY?

Participation in CrimeThe Annual Ashgate Lecture in Criminal Law is a new initiative arising from the partnership between the Centre for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at Durham Law School, the Centre for Evidence and Criminal Justice Studies at Northumbria University School of Law and Ashgate Publishing. This partnership has already resulted in the launch of a new Ashgate law series Substantive Issues In Criminal Law, edited by Professor Michael Bohlander of Durham University and Professor Alan Reed of Northumbria University. The first title in this series, Participation in Crime, was published in June 2013.

Lecture details:

Venue: the Rosemary Cramp Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre, Durham Law School.

Time: 1600 hours, 27th November 2013

All are welcome. Entry is free.

Visit the event page on Durham University’s website

EDIT: You can now listen to the lecture online

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