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Public Seminar: Professor David O'Mahony, 'Reimagining Restorative Justice'
David O'Mahony is Deputy Dean, Faculty of Humanities PGRE and Professor of Law at the University of Essex. His research focuses on the meaning of justice in the context of criminal justice systems, with particular sensitivity to the rights of individuals, the use of restorative justice and alternative ways of responding to crime. His research is based on analyses of the needs of victims, communities and offenders and he has applied a range of empirical methods to explore concepts of justice and rights in criminal justice. Together with Jonathan Doak (Nottingham Law School), he has developed a distinctive critical theory of restorative justice and its application in criminal justice systems.
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