Criminal Law

Research Theme

How studying law became a family affair for Kate and Emma Roff

True Justice: Deep Listening to equip ANU Law students with First Nations knowledge

Dr Hopkins appointed ACT Special Magistrate

Research, rehabilitation and ‘real stories’ from behind bars

Q&A with Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins, author of ‘Belonging – A Novel’

Why every law student should go to prison (clinically speaking)

Meet Zoran Iliev, forensic scientist and ANU Juris Doctor student

Professor Kimmo Nuotio

Professor Kimmo Nuotio is professor of criminal law at the University of Helsinki. He is a criminal law scholar with a broad interest in the field. He has published on issues such as terrorist offences, comparative criminal law, Nordic and Finnish criminal law, European criminal law, criminal law and cultural diversity, often from a theoretical angle.

Kennedy exceptionalism, the Vietnam War, and the limits of counterfactual history

If John F. Kennedy had not been assassinated on November 22, 1963, would the US have committed ground troops to Vietnam – a decision that led to what is widely recognised as the worst debacle in American military history? This counterfactual what-if, often referred to as “Kennedy exceptionalism,” has obsessed historians for two generations.

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