Recently the Prosecution Project celebrated its completion of 100,000 records. We have marked the occasion with a presentation by the project team of some of the research being carried out with these records. On Thursday 14 July we presented at the Banco Court of the Queensland Supreme Court, an event chaired by the Chief Justice, Her […]
Read the article in the Trust News, Western Australia by Gina Pickering – congratulations Kerry!!
The ARC LIEF program has granted funding for the Australian Legal History Libraries Stage II for 2015. The Australasian legal history libraries stage II: Australia’s leading legal historians will partner with the Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) to create a massive expansion of free online access to Australasian legal history through digitisation and data aggregation. […]
Griffith Research Fellows Awarded ARC Discovery Project in Comparative Criminal Justice History The Prosecution Project’s research fellow, Amanda Kaladelfos, and Griffith University research fellow, Nina Westera, with their colleagues Lisa Featherstone (Newcastle) and Carolyn Strange (ANU) have been granted an Australian Research Council Discovery Project Award enabling comparative historical research into the enduring problems of […]
If you missed the seminar by Pieter Spierenburg on 15 October 2014, follow the link below to listen….. Prosecution Project YouTube Channel
The Prosecution Project is digitising Australia’s criminal justice records – to help researchers as well as family and community historians better access the past. Working with Griffith University Eresearch staff, researchers at the ARC Laureate Fellowship project have designed a website that will be used by researchers and crowd volunteers to transcribe manual records into […]