Emily Finch, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Surrey,Stefan Fafinski, Research Fellow, University of Leeds
Emily Finch is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Surrey where she teaches Criminal Law, Evidence and Legal Skills. She has been a lecturer since 2000 and has won several awards for her teaching. Her overarching research interest is in public perceptions of crime and criminality and the impact of technology on criminal activity. She has a particular interest in jury decision-making and has conducted a number of empirical studies that explore factors that influence jury verdicts in rape, theft and fraud trials. Her work on identity theft won the Joseph Lister Award in 2005.
Stefan Fafinski is a Visiting Fellow in Law at the University of Leeds and a Research Associate at the University of Oxford. He has lectured on various undergraduate and postgraduate law topics since 2005 and has taught undergraduate cyberlaw and cybercrime. He is interested in the social factors that influence the misuse of information technology and the challenges that the Internet presents to the criminal law. He won the Joseph Lister Award for his work on the social aspects of computer crime in 2006.