Mr Mark Mackarel
Postgraduate Programme Area Leader
Mark joined the ICJS in March 2019 as Senior Lecturer in Comparative Law.
He has previously taught law at Exeter, St Mary’s, Dundee and Aberdeen.
Mark’s interests in international criminal justice and the legal responses to cross-border crime from law and policy perspectives are informed by his experience teaching and researching criminal law and procedure, human rights law and the development of international criminal law.
Role Title: Senior Lecturer in Comparative Justice
ICJS Programme Area Leader for Postgraduate Campus Based Programmes
ICJS Lead on Internationalising the Curriculum
International Criminal Law LLM (University of Sussex)
Law LLB (Hons) (Essex Institute of Higher Education)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Address: St George’s Building, 141 High Street, Portsmouth, PO1 2HY
Telephone: 023 9284 5388
Department: Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
Faculty: Humanities and Social Sciences
Mark will be teaching International Justice, International and Transnational Offending and Crimes of the Powerful and contributing to other modules across the ICJS programmes.
2019-2020 Module Convenor for:
International Justice U350527 (postgraduate campus module)
International and Transnational Offending U21927 (postgraduate distance learning module)
Crimes of the Powerful U21003 (undergraduate campus module)
Mark has researched and published on:
- The development of international criminal law and procedure
Legal co-operation in criminal matters – policing, extradition and mutual assistance
Human rights, criminal law and the criminal process
Comparative criminal justice
Mark has worked on a range of projects including:
Legal problems around the Lockerbie Trial
Protections for witnesses in the criminal process
Incorporating international crimes into Scots Law
The operation of the European Arrest Warrant
Developing criminal procedure at international criminal courts and tribunals
Obtaining and admitting evidence obtained from abroad
Mark welcomes enquiries from broadcast and print media on contemporary developments in cross-border crime and international criminal justice.
Keywords: INTERPOL, EUROPOL, NATIONAL CRIME AGENCY, EXTRADITION, EUROPEAN ARREST WARRANT, BREXIT AND LEGAL CO-OPERATION, INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT, GENOCIDE, WAR CRIMES, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
Please contact Mark via the University of Portsmouth Press Office: https://www.port.ac.uk/about-us/press-and-media OR at short notice on email@example.com