Friday, 26 February 2010

Jake Phillips wins prize


Jake Phillips has won The Brian Williams Memorial Prize for his paper on The Social Construction of Probation in England & Wales and the United States.

We are delighted to announce that Jake Phillips, a student of the Institute of Criminology at Cambridge University, has been awarded the Brian Williams Memorial Prize for 2009.

Jake’s paper, entitled The Social Construction of Probation in England & Wales and the United States; Implications for the Transferability of Probation Practice will be published in the next edition of the British Journal of Community Justice - Volume 8 Issue 1 (Spring 2010).

The Brian Williams Memorial Prize Committee, comprising Professor Anne Worrall, Professor Paul Senior and Jean Hine congratulate Jake on his success, and thank all those who submitted papers for the 2009 prize.

The Brian Williams Memorial Prize 2010 will be launched in late Spring 2010. Full details will be available in Volume 8 Issue 1 (Spring 2010). For further information on the British Journal of Community Justice please visit www.cjp.org.uk/publications/bjcj or email bjcj@shu.ac.uk

2 comments:

anton said...

well done Jake!

正常關西 said...

很有趣~~感覺很好的blog,祝您人氣長虹 ........................................

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