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School of Law

Professor David S. Wall, BA, MA, M.Phil, PhD

Professor of Criminal Justice and Information Technology

Society of Legal Scholars Entry

WALL, David S., BA 1981, CNAA; MA 1983, York, M Phil 1990, York, PG Cert. TLHE 1994; PhD 1999, Leeds;
Professor. 2004. Formerly: Res Fellow, SPRU, York, 1985-86, Res Offr, Hull 1980-90, Res Offr, Leeds 1992-93, Lect 1993-98, Sen Lect 1998, Prof 2004. Positions held: Director, Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, 2000-5; Head of Law School, 2005-7. Visiting Schol, Toronto 1992, UBC Vancouver 1994, 1998. Hon. Exec Secretary, British Society of Criminology 1998-2001, Exec. BILETA 2000-2. Fellowships: Fellow, Royal Society of Arts 2000. Fellow, Higher Education Academy, 2007. Academician, Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences 2005. Special Interests: Criminology, Criminal Justice, Cybercrime, Cyberlaw, Information Technology, Intellectual Property Rights, Law and popular culture, Legal Regulation of Knowledge, Policing, Police history, Sociology of law, Public law. Hobbies Cycling (Furiously - where possible). T 0113 343 5023/33. Email d.s.wall@leeds.ac.uk 


Curriculum Vitae and Publications

Teaching Resources

BOOKS (Published)

Cybercrime: The transformation of crime in the information age
(Cambridge: Polity, 2007)

Cyberspace Crime, 
Aldershot: Dartmouth International Library of Criminology and Penology, 2003)

Crime and the Internet,
(ed. London: Routledge, 2001

Policy Networks in Criminal Justice,
(ed. with
Ryan, M., Savage, S., London: McMillan Press, 2001).

The Internet, Law and Society,
(ed. with
Akdeniz, Y., Walker, C.P. and Wall. D.S., London: Longman, 2000).

The British Police: Police Forces and Chief Officers 1829-2000
(with Stallion, M., Bramshill: Police History Society, 1999)

The Chief Constables of England and Wales: The socio-legal history of a criminal justice elite
(Aldershot: Dartmouth Press, 1998)

Access to Criminal Justice: Legal Aid, Lawyers and the Defence of Liberty,
(ed. Young, R., London: Blackstone Press)

The Impact of P.A.C.E.: Policing in a Northern Force,
Bottomley, A.K. Coleman, C. Dixon, D. Gill, M.L., Hull: Hull University, 1991)

Full List of Publications 


tel 0113 343 5023/5034
fax 0113 343 5056
email D.S.Wall@leeds.ac.uk
18 Lyddon Terrace
Centre for Criminal Justice Studies
School of Law,
University of Leeds,
Leeds LS2 9JT