Monthly Archives: December 2013

Should criminal law be part of the Qualifying Law Degree?

[*This post also appears on Ed Lines, my blog about criminal law and criminal justice.] I like the serendipity of Twitter, and how the unanticipated stuff in your timeline can cause you to pause for thought in relation to issues you might have previously taken for granted, or had not had reason to ponder. And […]

Criminal Law and module design

[This post also appears on Ed Lines, my blog about learning in law, and beyond.] I’ve been thinking a bit about module design in criminal law.  Decisions about how to design modules, activities, tasks or other components presuppose some groundwork on what we mean by ‘criminal law’ itself.  This post is an attempt to think […]