A symposium is to take place online on 8 to 10 November 2021, entitled “Combatting Cultural Property Crime: Innovations on the Intersection of Law and Cultural Property Crime“.
This international Symposium is being hosted jointly by the Criminal Justice Center at Queen Mary University London, the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science, the Ronan Institute, and the Centre for Heritage at the University of Kent. Continue reading
La Santé prison, Paris, France
Criminocorpus is an online scholarly publication on the subject of criminal justice history.
It provides researchers and the general public with free access to a wide range of primary sources, together with analysis of key subjects by leading specialists in the field. There are also a growing number of online multimedia exhibitions.
Today’s Monday smile is a whole book of smiles, entitled “Petit illustré de la Justice pénale ordinaire“, published by Anovi under their imprint “éditions Joe”.
It sits somewhere between a lexicon of legal terms, a law manual, a dictionary of quotations and a classic French bande dessinée.
The New Mexico Translators and Interpreters Association (NMTIA) is organizing a Criminal & Civil Law (with Procedure) Workshop, sponsored jointly with RPS Rosado Professional Solutions, on 6 December 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The workshop will examine the new legislation adopted by Mexico, including the new code of March 2014.
On Saturday 6th September 2014 and Sunday 7th September 2014, ATICOM (Fachverband der Berufsübersetzer und Berufsdolmetscher e.V.) is running a course on Criminal Law and Employment Law in Düsseldorf, Germany.