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Sentencing Academy Report published with Southampton Law School alumna, Anita Kebbati.

Published: 26 January 2022

Southampton Law School alumna, Anita Kebbati, has recently published with the Sentencing Academy the report 'Would replacing short custodial sentences with suspended sentence orders better protect the best interests of the child when sentencing a mother to prison?'

This report was enabled by a Fellowship Scheme conducted by the Sentencing Academy as part of our commitment to furthering knowledge on sentencing issues and widening participation.

Anisa graduated from the University of Southampton with an LLB degree and, thanks to a scholarship from Middle Temple, is now studying the Bar Training Course with the University of Law. She recently completed a 3-month legal internship with Guernica 37 chambers where she undertook various domestic and international legal work. She has a strong interest in crime, criminal justice and sentencing. She is currently in the process of applying for pupillage and hopes to practice crime.

Find out more about the Sentencing Academy and the report here.

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