THE SECTION OF CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCESS
The Section of Criminal Law and Process engages in the studies of substantive criminal law and the law of criminal procedure.
The key areas of the Section’s research work include
– studies of substantive criminal law and the criminal procedure against the background of judicial and prosecutorial practices,
– studies of the execution of criminal penalties and penal measures,
– legal and comparative analyses,
– topics concerning international legal instruments of criminal law.
The Section also engages in theme-specific criminology studies, most notably the studies on juvenile crime and responsibility, probation; studies of domestic and foreign research projects investigating the use of diagnostic and forecasting tools, in particular in the context of the phenomenon of re-offending; and the operation of mediation mechanisms in criminal and juvenile justice cases.
The Team of the Section of Criminal Law and Process:
prof. zw. dr hab. Łukasz Pohl, Head of the Section
prof. zw. dr hab. Eleonora Zielińska
prof. IWS dr hab. Adam Taracha
dr Konrad Buczkowski
dr Konrad Burdziak
mgr Paweł Bachmat
mgr Paulina Banaszak
mgr Bartłomiej Oręziak
mgr Roland Mariusz Szymczykiewicz