Andrew Goldsmith on Risk and Precautionary Logic after 9/11
By University at Buffalo Law School
to UBLaw Conversations, a production of University at Buffalo Law
School and the Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy. Today is July 3,
2008, and I'm Jim Milles, Professor of Law and Director of the Law
Library.Our guest today is Andrew Goldsmith. Andrew is Professor of Law and Criminal Justice, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. He teaches in the
law and criminal justice programs, including an honors topic on Crime and Public Policy.
His most recent book (coedited with James Sheptycki), is entitled, Crafting Transnational Policing: Police
Capacity-building andGlobal Policing Reform (2007, Oxford:
Hart). The conversation today is about his latest article, ?The Governance of
Terror: Precautionary Logic and Counterterrorist Law Reform After September 11,?
Law & Policy 30: 141-167. Professor Goldsmith is interviewed here by Professor Nancy Reichman, Associate
Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver, and co-editor of Law and Policy.
The theme music is "Brazilian Nights" by Jack Jezzro, and is available through the Podsafe Music Network. Please join us again next time for another conversation from University at Buffalo Law School.
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