The 2016 ACJRD Essay Competition was won by Angela Coyne for her essay, "Challenging the term 'criminal justice' when discussing the experiences of women who find themselves in the criminal justice system". Angela is an Irish-based PhD Candidate in Psychology at the University of Huddersfield.
Pictured: Angela Coyne (Winner) with Maura Butler, Chairperson, ACJRD
The winning essay in the ACJRD Essay Competition 2015 was ‘LGBT Prisoners: An issue in need of reform’, submitted by Michael Mullan, a recent TCD graduate and legal intern, starting his MA at Harvard in autumn 2015.
The second place essay ‘Non-consensually shared pornography and the need for reform in Ireland’ was submitted by Sam Elliott, graduating from the DCU BCL (Law and Society) in 2015.
Copies of the winning essays can be downloaded by clicking on the links below: