Biography

Joe Purshouse is a lecturer in criminal law. His main areas of interest broadly focus on the human rights of those subject to the criminal process, with a particular focus on privacy. His PhD research examined the extent to which the privacy interests of those subject to the criminal process are recognised and afforded adequate protection in England and Wales.

Joe joined the School of Law in 2016 having previously worked at the University of Nottingham and the Sheffield College as a module tutor in criminological theory, researching criminology, and the criminal justice system. he completed his MA Socio-legal and Criminological Research and his LL.M Criminal Justice at the University of Nottingham. Under the supervision of Professors Paul Roberts and John Jackson, he completed his doctoral studies in 2017. Joe has published in leading law journals, including the Modern Law Review, Criminal Law Review, and Cambridge Law Journal

 

 

 

All Publications

Purshouse, J.

(2017)

Privacy Revisited: A Global Perspective on the Right to Be Left Alone. By Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr.,

in The Cambridge Law Journal

76

(2)

pp. 449-452

Full Text

(Book/Film/Article review)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2017)

Article 8 and the Retention of Non-Conviction DNA and Fingerprint Data in England and Wales,

in Criminal Law Review

(4)

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2016)

The reasonable expectation of privacy and the criminal suspect,

in Modern Law Review

79

(5)

pp. 871-884

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2015)

Police powers to retain personal data relating to public activities: R (on the application of Catt) and R (on the application of T) v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis,

in The Journal of Criminal Law

79

(4)

pp. 242-245

Full Text

(Comment/debate)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2015)

Review: ‘Genetics, Crime, and Justice’ by Debra Wilson,

in Criminal Law Review

(Book/Film/Article review)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2014)

Review: ‘The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination and Criminal Justice,

in The Cambridge Law Journal

73

pp. 646

(Book/Film/Article review)

(Published)


Purshouse, J.

(2014)

Review: ‘Setting the Watch: Privacy and the Ethics of CCTV Surveillance' by Bv-ST Larsen,

in Modern Law Review

pp. 524

(Book/Film/Article review)

(Published)