Readership: Academics and advanced students studying the criminal justice
system, criminal law theory, mental health law, or legal history.
Arlie Loughnan, Senior Lecturer, School of Law, University of Sydney
Dr Arlie Loughnan is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Sydney. Her research concerns criminal law and the criminal justice system, with a focus on the relationship between legal doctrines, practices, institutions, and knowledge. Her particular interests are criminal responsibility and non-responsibility, the interaction of legal and expert medical knowledges and the historical development of the criminal law. Dr Loughnan holds a PhD from LSE and an LLM from NYU Law School.
1: The Terrain of Mental Incapacity in Criminal Law
2: Putting Mental Incapacity Together Again
3: 'Manifest Madness': The Intersection of 'Madness' and Crime
4: Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion: Unfitness to Plead & Infancy
5: Incapacity and Disability: The Exculpatory Doctrines of Insanity and Automatism
6: Knowing and Proving Exculpatory Mental Incapacity
7: 'Since the Days of Noah': The Law of Intoxicated Offending
8: Gender, 'Madness', and Crime: The Doctrine of Infanticide
9: Differences of Degree and Differences of Kind: Diminished Responsibility