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Towards a map of sentencing Dr Mojca Plesničar, Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law Ljubljana

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The Crime, Justice and Society Seminar Series

Towards a map of sentencing

Dr Mojca Plesničar, Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law Ljubljana

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Scholars have been looking at various facets of sentencing for a long time. Some explore its philosophical and conceptual foundations; others look at its sociological reality; others still at psychological underpinnings of the sentencing process and decision-making more generally. From a legal perspective, we often start with analysing the various systems of structuring sentencing discretion, only occasionally diving into procedural issues as well. Typically, all these layers overlap in practice to produce a final sentencing decision. The various dimensions, however, often remain separated in academic work. I propose that we take a wider look at sentencing and attempt at collating them in one multi-dimensional map that would paint a more comprehensive picture of sentencing.

Crime, Justice and Society Seminar Series

The Crime, Justice and Society seminars are co-hosted by the Criminal Law and Criminology subject areas of Edinburgh Law School and are open to all. We particularly welcome students from our LLM and MSc programmes to join us. 

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