Susan Easton is an Emeritus Professor of Law. She has taught and published in both sociology and law and has previously lectured at Sussex and Sheffield University and taught in UK prisons. She is the author of several books including Silence and Confessions (2014), Prisoners’ Rights: Principles and Practice (2011), The Politics of the Prison and the Prisoner (2018) as well as numerous articles in journals and edited collections and is co-author with Christine Piper of Sentencing and Punishment: the quest for justice (2016, fourth edition). Susan Easton is also the founding editor of the International Journal of Discrimination and the Law and a barrister. She is currently researching in the areas of prisoners’ rights and citizenship and the experience of imprisonment.
B.Sc. (Econ) University of Wales,LL.M. University of London (Merit), Bar Examination, Inns of Court School of Law PG Dip. Law, City University, Ph.D. University of Southampton
Newest selected publications
Easton, S. (2022) 'Not just another brick in the wall? Protecting prisoners' right to education'. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 69 (June 2022). pp. 1 - 13. ISSN: 1756-0616 Open Access Link
Easton, S. (2021) 'Voting Rights for Prisoners', in Loveland, I. (ed.) British and Canadian Public Law in Comparative Perspective. Oxford : Hart Publishing. pp. 75 - 102. ISBN 10: 1509931112. ISBN 13: 9781509931118.
Easton, SM. (2018) 'The Politics of the Prison and the Prisoner: Zoon Politikon'. London: Routledge. ISSN 13: 9781138946033
Easton, SM. (2018) 'Older prisoners, gender and family life', in Herring, J. and Clough, B. (eds.) Aging, Gender and Family Law. London : Routledge/Taylor and Francis. ISBN 13: 9781138744943. Open Access Link