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Debate on Prisoner Voting Rights - 18 Feb 2014Susan Easton participated in a debate at King’s College on Prisoner Voting Rights: the meaning and consequences of defying Strasbourg in Parliament. Her co-panelists were Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, the former President of the Supreme Court and Dr. Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, a member of the UK Commission on a Bill
The Temple Women's Forum - 31 May 2013Susan Easton attended a meeting of The Temple Women's Forum at Middle Temple Hall. Challenges facing women at the Bar were considered including the question of how to increase the number of women in the judiciary.
Barrister (Inner Temple)
I am in the Senior Tutor team (Terms 2 & 3) that is ultimately responsible for all Undergraduate student welfare issues. As we value the importance of this service so highly we have a team comprising a Senior, Deputy and two assistants to ensure that students’ needs are met.
Teaching and Research
English Legal Institutions and Method
Sentencing and Penology
Punishment and penology
Feminist legal theory
Gender and the law
Legal theory and jurisprudence
Dr Susan Easton welcomes applicants in the areas of Punishment and penology, feminist theory and practice, criminal justice process and criminal evidence.
Dr Easton is the editor of the International Journal of Discrimination and the Law.
(2009) Easton, S., The prisoner's right to vote and civic responsibility: Reaffirming the social contract?, Probation Journal 56 (3) : 224- 237 Download publication
(2008) Easton, S., Constructing citizenship: making room for prisoners' rights, Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 30 (2) : 127- 146
(2008) Easton, S., Dangerous waters: taking account of impact in sentencing, Criminal Law Review 2 105- 120