Robinson recently completed two criminal code reform projects in the United States and the first modern Islamic penal code under the auspices of the U. Authorship Criminal law case studies robinson expanded to include two young and well-respected criminal law scholars: In addition, Cahill has co-authored several books, including Law Without Justice: These are accompanied by over photographs each principal case is followed by the statutes that existed in the jurisdiction at the time of the offense.
Theft and Related Offenses Section Completely revamped sections on theft offenses and possession offenses, and a very substantially revised section on sexual offenses. Before entering academia, Cahill was deeply engaged in legal reform efforts, including work on projects to rewrite the Illinois and Kentucky criminal codes in his roles as as staff director of the Illinois Criminal Code Rewrite and Reform Commission and as a consultant for the Penal Code Reform Project for the Kentucky Criminal Justice Co Shima Baradaran Baughman Baughman is a Professor at the University of Utah College of Law, and her teaching and scholarship focus on criminal law, criminal procedure, and international law.
A former federal prosecutor and counsel for the US Senate Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, he was the lone dissenter when the US Sentencing Commission promulgated the current federal sentencing guidelines.
He is currently commissioned to draft criminal codes for Delaware and Somalia. Case Studies and Controversies, Second Edition, distinctly compelling for students. Revised layout of statutory and discussion materials to make the text more streamlined and accessible to students.
Baughman is a noted expert on bail and pretrial prediction, but her scholarship covers an expansive array of areas including criminal justice policy, prosecutors, drugs, search and seizure, international law and terrorism, and race and violent crime.
A prolific writer and lecturer, Robinson has published articles in virtually all of the top law reviews, lectured in more than cities in 33 states and 26 countries, and had his writings appear in 13 languages. Baughman frequently employs advanced empirical modeling and randomized controlled trials in her scholarship, and her work has been featured on National Public Radio and in such publications as the New York Times, the Economist, the Washington Post, and Forbes.
Possession Offenses Section A smart pedagogical design and generous teaching support make teaching from it a real pleasure. Examination of real-world problems allows first-year law students to not only develop familiarity with criminal law doctrine necessary for potential careers as prosecutors or defense attorneys, but also hone crucial skills for general lawyering.
Michael Cahill and Shima Baradaran Baughman. Case Studies and Controversies, Second Edition, brings an innovative approach to case analysis, statutory interpretation, and applying the principles of criminal law.
Further, provocative case studies provide a solid background for engaging class discussion and challenge students to tackle applying doctrine in real-world situations.
Account validation may take hours. With a revised layout of statutory and discussion materials, the text is now more streamlined and accessible to students. Expanded discussion of issues of modern professorial and student interest, including police use of defensive force, defensive killing of domestic abusers, dangerous but blameless offenders, principles of statutory interpretation, and principles for the distribution of criminal liability.
Skillful use of case studies as a vehicle for exploring the full range of Criminal Law makes Criminal Law: His criminal law scholarship focuses on substantive criminal law and seeks to translate moral theories and principles into workable real-world legal systems, institutions, and rules, and he has been published numerous book chapters and articles in scholarly and legal journals, including Northwestern University Law Review, Texas Law Review, Iowa Law Review, Washington University Law Review, and American Journal of Law and Medicine, among other publications.
This allows teaching statutory interpretation and application treatise-like summaries of the law that give students an overview, introduce underlying principles, and provide context problem hypotheticals that enable students to test their understanding of and apply legal principles The Second Edition continues to offer exciting innovations and updates: If the professor resources still do not appear after logging in, please contact legaledu wolterskluwer.
He also writes for general audiences, including popular books such as Would You Convict? This section is only available to registered, validated professor accounts. This carefully crafted text conveys traditional material in a refreshing and engaging new format that includes:This title makes complex criminal law issues more accessible to students by examining the facts of carefully-selected real-life case studies.
The new edition has four exciting and timely new cases added, along with all accompanying material/5(8). Paul Robinson is one of the world’s leading criminal law scholars.
A prolific writer and lecturer, Robinson has published articles in virtually all of the top law reviews, lectured in more than cities in 33 states and 27 countries, and had his.
One of the nation's leading criminal justice experts, Paul H. Robinson has written influential commentary for the "New York Times "(on the Unabomber case), the "Wall Street Journal" (on the beating of Reginald Denny after. About the Book From a newly expanded authorship team, Criminal Law Case Studies & Controversies, 4E eschews traditional reliance on judicial opinions in favor of an innovative and dynamic method of criminal law instruction centered on statutory interpretation and case studies.
This title makes complex criminal law issues more accessible to students by examining the facts of real-life case studies. The new edition continues the practice of adding additional cases, along with all accompanying material/5(9).
Oct 01, · Paul Robinson is one of the world’s leading criminal law scholars.
A former federal prosecutor and counsel for the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Criminal Laws and Procedures, he was the lone dissenter when the U.S.
Sentencing Commission promulgated the current federal sentencing guidelines/5(7).Download