Ms Seema Kandelia

Senior Lecturer

DepartmentWestminster Law School

Research outputs

Capital punishment: a review and critique of abolition strategies
Hodgkinson, P., Kandelia, S. and Gyllensten, L. 2008. Capital punishment: a review and critique of abolition strategies. in: Yorke, J. (ed.) Against the death penalty: international initiatives and implications Ashgate. pp. 249-275

Capital punishment and mental health issues: global examples
Browne, M., Kandelia, S., Reddy, R. and Hodgkinson, P. 2006. Capital punishment and mental health issues: global examples. Saint Louis University Public Law Review. 25 (2), pp. 383-407.

Replacing capital punishment: an effective penal policy approach
Hodgkinson, P. 2005. Replacing capital punishment: an effective penal policy approach. in: Browne, M. and Kandelia, S. (ed.) Managing effective alternatives to capital punishment London, UK Centre for Capital Punishment Studies.

Capital punishment: creating more victims?
Hodgkinson, P., Kandelia, S. and Reddy, R. 2009. Capital punishment: creating more victims? in: Loucks, N., Holt, S. and Adler, J. (ed.) Why we kill: understanding violence across cultures and disciplines Hendon Middlesex University Press. pp. 63-82

Life meaning life: is there any hope of release for prisoners serving whole life orders?
Kandelia, S. 2011. Life meaning life: is there any hope of release for prisoners serving whole life orders? Journal of Criminal Law. 75 (1), pp. 70-89. doi:10.1350/jcla.2011.75.1.684

The greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned
Kandelia, S. and Hodgkinson, P. 2013. The greater stigma? Family visits to the condemned. in: Hodgkinson, P. (ed.) Capital punishment: new perspectives Farnham Ashgate. pp. 127-144