Lucia Zedner

Lucia Zedner is a British legal scholar and Professor of Criminal Justice in the faculty of law at the University of Oxford; she is also a Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College and member of the Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford. Lucia Zedner was born on February 20, 1961. Zedner was a doctoral student and then Prize Research fellow at Nuffield College Oxford. For many years, Zedner was a lecturer at the London School of Economics.  She has also served as General Editor of the Oxford University Press Clarendon Series in Criminology.  In 2012, Zedner was elected as a Fellow of The British Academy and in 2015, as an Overseas Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. Zedner’s research and teachings often focus on penal theory, comparative criminology, and anti-terrorist policies.  

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In a recent lecture given at The University of Toronto, Zedner posed the question “Counterterrorism on Campus: A Threat to Academic Freedoms?” Publications include Women, Crime and Custody in Victorian England, (1991), Child Victims in the Criminal Justice System (with Jane Morgan, 1992), The Criminological Foundations of Penal Policy, co-edited with Andrew Ashworth (2003), Criminal Justice (2004), and Security London (2009). The social networking site, ResearchGate, lists thirty five publications credited to Lucia Zedner.

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 1 Jan, 2000
Age: 20 yrs
Occupations: Legal scholar
Citizenship: United Kingdom
Education: Nuffield College
Gender: Female
Description: British legal scholar
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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