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Durham Law: Policy Engagement

Clare McGlynn's recent publications

Below you can find a number of Clare's recent publications.
 
Stuck for time? If you only have time to read one piece, we would recommend Prosecuting the possession of extreme pornography : a misunderstood and misused law (by Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley). The article revisits the law in light of the case of Simon Walsh (who was acquitted of five counts of possessing extreme pornography in 2012). It highlights the ways that the law in this area is misused and miunderstood.

Using restorative justice approaches to police domestic violence and abuse.

Westmarland, N. and McGlynn, C. and Humphreys, C. (2018) 'Using restorative justice approaches to police domestic violence and abuse.', Journal of gender-based violence. .

Using restorative justice approaches to police domestic violence and abuse.

More than 'Revenge Porn' : image-based sexual abuse and the reform of Irish law.

McGlynn, Clare and Rackley, Erika (2017) 'More than 'Revenge Porn' : image-based sexual abuse and the reform of Irish law.', Irish probation journal., 14 . pp. 38-51.

More than 'Revenge Porn' : image-based sexual abuse and the reform of Irish law.

Challenging the law on sexual history evidence : a response to Dent and Paul.

McGlynn, Clare (2018) 'Challenging the law on sexual history evidence : a response to Dent and Paul.', Criminal law review., 2018 (3). pp. 216-228.

Challenging the law on sexual history evidence : a response to Dent and Paul.

Kaleidoscopic justice : sexual violence and victim-survivors’ perceptions of justice.

McGlynn, Clare and Westmarland, Nicole (2018) 'Kaleidoscopic justice : sexual violence and victim-survivors’ perceptions of justice.', Social and legal studies. .

Kaleidoscopic justice : sexual violence and victim-survivors’ perceptions of justice.

Why ‘upskirting’ needs to be made a sex crime.

McGlynn, Clare and Rackley, Erika (2017) 'Why ‘upskirting’ needs to be made a sex crime.', The conversation. .

Why ‘upskirting’ needs to be made a sex crime.

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