Sutherland School of Law Faculty in Australia
As part of the School of Law's commitment to international engagement, we are delighted to announce that two members of the academic faculty have accepted invitations as visiting scholars to prestigious universities in Australia: Dr. Richard Collins to Sydney and Dr. Mark Coen to New South Wales.
Dr. Richard Collins is currently a visiting Scholar at the University of Sydney Centre of International Law working on the idea of the high seas as a 'lawless space'. He will give a seminar to the Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence on the concept of the rule of law in international law. He will also be a visiting scholar the University of Monash.
Dr. Mark Coen is a 2018 Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Scholar. He gave the inaugural seminar at the Centre for Crime, Law and Justice at the University of New South Wales discussing findings from the UCD Judge-Juries Relations Project (Mark's co-investigators are Dr Niamh Howlin UCD and Dr Colette Barry of Sheffield Hallam University). He also will be a Visiting Scholar at Victoria University of Wellington, where he will investigate the attitude of New Zealand policy-makers and judges to empirical research involving real jurors.