In advance of the 2017 reissue of the Current Sentencing Practice looseleaf, we are making the latest issue of Sentencing News available to download, for free.
Available to all Current Sentencing Practice subscribers, Sentencing News was given a revamp in 2016, giving it a sure and sharp look to complement the incisive articles and comprehensive case analyses found within.
Edited by a team of leading experts in the field, Lyndon Harris, Nicola Padfield and Professor Julian Roberts, Current Sentencing Practice and Sentencing News represent the best of modern day practice and offer a fascinating perspective on all matters relating to sentencing.
Current Sentencing Practice keeps you up to date with all of the relevant case law and statutes. Sentencing News provides an insight into how changes in the law are being received by the legal community, gives you a chance to read the results of research by well-regarded practitioners, and connects you to other great minds working in the same field.
Sentencing News is open to submissions and we hope for it to become a lively platform for debate. A recent issue included a group response to a Sentencing Guideline consultation to which eleven academics contributed.
Coverage in the latest issue includes:
- Cases of interest
- Legislative Changes
- Sentencing Council Guidelines – update
- JOINT ENTERPRISE AFTER JOGEE: IMPLICATIONS FOR SENTENCING Dr Jessica Jacobson
- CONSISTENCY IN SENTENCING: A RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE Jose Pina-Sanchez, University of Leeds
- A RESPONSE TO THE SENTENCING COUNCIL’S CONSULTATION PAPER ON BREACH OFFENCES Rory Kelly and Lyndon Harris
In 2017 the Current Sentencing Practice looseleaf will be reissued in full to all subscribers. The reissue will encompass a thorough editing and restructuring of the content, to better organise the vast wealth of cases and statutes.