This year will see the 22nd Bill McWilliams Memorial Lecture take place on Friday 22 March 2019 at 12.30pm for 2.00pm as usual at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.
This year’s lecture entitled Probation Vision and Values: Looking to the Future features a panel discussion with leading probation researchers and practitioners:
Bill McWilliams, who died in 1997, had a prestigious career as a probation practitioner, researcher and writer. His quartet of articles on the probation service’s development up to the point at which the “punishment in the community” debate began, is now widely regarded as its definitive history of ideas.To keep his spirit alive, a group of Bill’s relatives, colleagues and friends established The Bill McWilliams Memorial Lecture.
For more information or please contact The Bill McWilliams Memorial Lecture Steering Group via firstname.lastname@example.org; tel 01223 511810.
The 2018 lecture, together with all those dating back to 2013 are available to watch/listen to on the following link http://www.ccgsj.crim.cam.ac.uk/mcwilliams