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Dr Hannah Quirk - personal details

Contact details

Role: Senior Lecturer in Criminal Law and Justice

Tel: 0161 275-3658

Location: Williamson Building-3.58
School of Law
The University of Manchester
Manchester
M13 9PL

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Biography

MA (Cantab.) Social and Political Sciences
M.Phil. (Cantab.) Criminology
PhD (University of Wolverhampton)

Hannah Quirk has worked at the University of Manchester since 2005. Her research interests in criminal justice and criminal evidence build on her PhD research (Re-Balancing Acts? An Evaluation of The Changes to the Right of Silence and Pre-Trial Disclosure, 2004) and her previous employment. She worked as Senior Researcher at the Legal Services Research Centre (the research unit of the Legal Services Commission), and as a Case Review Manager at the Criminal Cases Review Commission, investigating claims of wrongful conviction and sentence.

In 2005, she spent six months on a research sabbatical at the Innocence Project New Orleans, before joining the Law School at Manchester. She has been a visiting scholar at the University of Melbourne, Queen's University Belfast (both 2009) and Fordham University Law School (2012).

She has been an executive member of the Socio-Legal Studies Association, organising its 2008 Annual Conference. She was a member of the Independent Monitoring Board and has been a Council of Europe Expert, delivering training on human rights for judge candidates in Azerbaijan.