Criminal Law 1
Module code: M5007
15 credits in autumn semester
Teaching method: Lecture, Seminar
Assessment modes: Multiple choice questions, Essay
This module introduces you to the structure and core elements of criminal liability. It also:
- engages with aspects of criminal law theory
- requires you to think critically about the types of conduct that should be criminalised and the circumstances in which individuals should be held criminally responsible for their actions.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of the principles of criminal liability.
- Effectively communicate a written argument using appropriate legal terminology.
- Select and apply concepts studied on the module to critically evaluate arguments about the criminal law.
- Explain and critically analyse in depth, in selected areas, the relationship between legal principle, policy, and the application of substantive legal rules to assign criminal responsibility.