The International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law is an international non-governmental association of judges, legislators, lawyers, academics, governmental officials, police and corrections professionals who have come together to work actively on the administration of criminal justice both in their own jurisdiction and internationally.
The 32nd Annual Conference of the ISRCL was held this week in Brisbane, and tackled issues of Bribery and Corruption. The focus was on the scope of the problem, corruption prevention, risk management, investigation and law enforcement strategies, legislative reform and policies, international responses and evidentiary issues.
Our very own Rachael Taylor presented at the Conference today on Ethical Conundrums.
For more information on the 2019 ISRCL Conference, please click here.