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ACJRD is pleased to announce that Professor Shadd Maruna, Professor of Criminology in the School of Law, University of Manchester, will deliver this year’s Martin Tansey Memorial Lecture. Professor Maruna will speak on “Desistance as a Social Movement”.

This lecture will take place on Monday, 27th March, 2017, in the Juror Reception Area at the Criminal Courts of Justice. Registration will commence at 5.30 pm. Tea and coffee will be served at this time.

Professor Maruna was previously Dean of the School of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University-Newark (2014-2016). He has worked at Queen’s University Belfast, the University of Cambridge, and the University at Albany, SUNY. His book, “Making Good: How Ex-Convicts Reform and Rebuild Their Lives’” was awarded the Hindelang Prize for “outstanding contribution to criminology” in 2001.

More recently, Professor Maruna has received the Hans Mattick Award for Distinguished Contribution to Criminology in 2014, and the inaugural Research Medal from the Howard League for Penal Reform in 2012. He has been a Soros Justice Fellow, a Fulbright Scholar and an H. F. Guggenheim Fellow. He is also the editor of the book series “Psychology, Crime and Justice” for American Psychological Association Books, and co-edited the book “Fifty Key Thinkers in Criminology” with Keith Hayward and Jayne Mooney (2010).

The "Chatham House Rule" will apply to this lecture.


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Places are limited for this FREE event and booking is ESSENTIAL.

FAQs

What time does the event begin?

Registration for the lecture begins at 5.30 pm. Tea and coffee will be served during registration. The lecture is scheduled to begin at 6 pm and will finish by 8 pm.


What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

There is limited on-street metered parking available. The Criminal Courts of Justice building is well served by Dublin Bus. See www.dublinbus.ie. The nearest Luas stop is on the red line at Heuston Station. See www,luas.ie.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

If you have any queries, please email enquiries@acjrd.ie or telephone 01 617 4878.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

There is no need to bring your ticket, but you must register at the Registration Desk on arrival at the event.

Is there a waiting list system in operation?

If all the places have been allocated, there will be a waiting list in operation. Please leave your details on the list so that you may be contacted in the event of another participant cancelling.


What should I do if I cannot attend the event after I have made a booking?

Please notify ACJRD immediately by telephone at 01 617 4878 or by email to enquiries@acjrd.ie. As there will be a waiting list in operation, we will then be able to offer your place to someone else.


What is the "Chatham House Rule"?

The "Chatham House Rule" states: "When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received,but neither the identitiy nor the affilliations of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participants, may be revealed". This rule will be invoked at the lecture to encourage openness and the sharing of information.

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