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Principles of Criminal Law (Principles of law) Paperback – 8 Nov 2000
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This book is primarily intended for use by undergraduate law students, and those on CPE/postgraduate diploma courses, who need to study criminal law as part of the academic stage of training for qualification into the legal profession. Students studying on mixed law degrees, for the Open University, or on non-law modular courses where criminal law is offered as an element of the course programme, will also find the book an invaluable study aid. The content is accessible, concise and up to date, providing an overview of the key aspects of criminal law doctrine as it applies in England and Wales. In addition to providing an explanation of the substantive law, the text draws on a variety of sources, such as case law, statute law, Law Commission publications and academic commentary, to illustrate the operation of criminal law in practice and to consider proposals for reform. The format of the book acknowledges the pressures on the study time available to many students - there are quick reference summaries and useful suggestions as to further reading for each chapter. Readers are encouraged to adopt an analytical approach to their study of the subject consistent with their legal knowled
About the Author
Mike Molan, BA, LLM, Barrister and Head of the Law Division at South Bank University has many years' experience as a teacher of criminal law to LLB and CPE students. In addition, he has a long track record as an author of student law texts and has appeared on national television and radio as a commentator on criminal law issues. Denis Lanser is Lecturer in Law at Staffordshire University where he has been responsible for many years for developing and presenting criminal law courses at all levels. He is also Chief Examiner in AS/A Level Law. Professor Duncan Bloy, BA, LLM, PGCE, was formerly Head of the University of Glamorgan Law School and Vice Principle of Blackburn College. He is now Academic Director at Forte-IRI, Singapore.
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