Our External Outreach
The Centre for Law, Science and Policy collaborates with a variety of external experts and organisations, to further its aim of enabling varied disciplines to collaborate and solve global challenges.
See below for some of our external collaborators.
Professor Lissa Griffin is the James D. Hopkins Professor of Law at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in New York.
Professor Griffin is an expert in comparative criminal law and procedure and directs the Pace University Criminal Justice Institute.
Professor Griffin co-supervises doctoral research undertaken in the Centre for Law, Science and Policy, and has collaborated with Dr. Sarah Cooper on a number of projects about wrongful conviction and forensic evidence.
Dr Hugh Koch
Dr Koch is a clinical psychologist and has been a pioneer in civil litigation, developing the interface between psychology and law in civil cases. Dr. Koch is both a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and the Expert Witness Institute. He is collaborating with the Centre for Law, Science and Policy to further his interest in improving the interfaces between law and psychology, especially in his current research area, namely ‘tolerance of uncertainty’ amongst experts, and the assessment of credibility in civil cases.
Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner
Dr. Eccleston-Turner is a lecturer in law at Keele University. Mark’s research interests are in medical law and ethics, intellectual property rights, and international law.
Mark has particular expertise in vaccine regulation and the World Health Organisation, and co-supervises doctoral research students in the Centre for Law, Science and Policy examining these topics.
Arizona Justice Project & Katie Puzauskas, Esq.
The Arizona Justice Project is one of the oldest members of the Innocence Network.
The Arizona Justice Project engages with a variety of cases and wider criminal justice system issues that relate to scientific evidence.
In 2017/18 the Justice Project will support the Centre for Law, Science and Policy’s examination of medical clemency procedures in the USA.
Katie Puzauskas, a contract attorney with the Justice Project, and Supervising Legal Clinic Attorney at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, will lead the project’s contribution.
For more information, see the Project's website.
The Nuffield Foundation is a charitable trust founded by Lord Nuffield, the founder of Morris Motors. The Nuffield Foundation aims to improve social well-being by funding research and innovation, and building research capacity through providing placements.
The Centre for Law, Science and Policy supports the Nuffield Research placement scheme for sixth form students, which focuses on STEM. The scheme provides talented students with hands-on experience of professional work environments during the summer period. The Centre welcomed its first students in 2017; providing projects that develop their research, analysis, organisational, and presentation skills.
2016/17 Nuffield Foundation Students
- Arfa Asif
- Thomas Ruscoe
2017/18 Nuffield Foundation Students