PhD Defense: Procedural Justice on Trial

A Critical Test of Perceived Procedural Justice From the Perspective of Criminal Defendants

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Lisa Ansems will defend her thesis on the experience of procedural justice on September 10, 2021 at Utrecht University. The full title of her dissertation is: Procedural Justice on Trial, A Critical Test of Perceived Procedural Justice From the Perspective of Criminal Defendants.

From December 2016-January 2021 Lisa worked at the Montaigne Center for Rule of Law and Administration of Justice, where she conducted PhD research on perceived procedural justice among defendants in criminal cases. In this research, she combined qualitative methods (interviews) with quantitative methods (survey, experiment) and connected these empirical findings to (legal) normative reflections. The project was financed by a Research Talent grant of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) and was supervised by Professor Kees van den Bos and Professor Elaine Mak.

As of 15 February 2021 Lisa has been working as a postdoctoral researcher at Leiden University on the theme of institutions for conflict resolution.

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Academiegebouw (Domplein 29 Utrecht) & digital (link)
PhD candidate
Lisa Ansems
PhD supervisor(s)
Prof. dr. Kees van den Bos
prof. mr. dr. Elaine Mak
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