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Katja Filipcic is associate professor for criminology and criminal law at the Faculty of Law, University in Ljubljana and researcher at the Institute of Criminology in Ljubljana. Her fields of interest: juvenile justice, domestic violence, victims, restorative justice, school violence.

Mojca M. Plesnicar is research fellow at the Institute of Criminology in Ljubljana and assistant professor at the University of Ljubljana. Her research focuses on sentencing and punishment, but includes issues of gender, nationality, juveniles, and technology in criminal justice. She has authored several articles and chapters in national and international publications.

 
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