The Department of Criminology, Law and Justice at UIC is an interdisciplinary Master, Ph.D. and undergraduate program at Chicago’s only urban, public research university. The Department is a thriving academic community of scholars, teachers and students who are dedicated to all forms of academic inquiry under the broad umbrella of criminology, law and society, and the study of justice. The members of our faculty, who are well-published scholars in their fields, mentor students to critically examine various justice concerns while adhering to values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The UIC Criminology, Law, and Justice degree program prepares graduates for a broad range of professional roles in the criminal justice system while also serving as entry to graduate programs of criminal justice and other related fields.
The Department of Criminology, Law and Justice at UIC invites applicants for 2 Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor positions, beginning January 1, 2022
Thursday, October 14, 2021
The Department of Criminology, Law and Justice in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago invites applicants for 2 Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor positions, beginning January…
CLJ Professor Alana Gunn's Article, "Every time I tell my story I learn something new: Voice and Inclusion in Research with Black Women With Histories of Addiction" Recognized as One of Eight Articles by the British Society of Criminology"
Thursday, October 7, 2021
“… The articles contained within this virtual edition of Criminology and Criminal Justice have been selected for three reasons. Firstly, all are outstanding examples of scholarly work published within the journal in the…
CLJ's Drs Edna Erez & Peter Ibarra Named Editors in Chief of Oxford University Press's Encyclopedia of International Criminology
Friday, September 24, 2021
“Criminology in the 21st century has gone global. It has increasingly been drawn to thinking and research that addresses criminological matters in international, transnational, and comparative registers. Issues at the intersection of criminology/criminal…