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Criminal Law

Study Aids

Study Aids are designed to help law students learn doctrinal law as it is taught in the core law school curriculum. Law Students can access these digital study aids through West Academic and Wolters Kluwer. Each study aid reproduces the formatting and design of its print counterpart. For more information about study aids in general, check out our Study Aid Finder

Study Aids are designed to help law students learn doctrinal law as it is taught in the core law school curriculum. For most study aids, the law library collects the print and digital versions. For more information about study aids in general, check out our Study Aid Finder

CALI Lessons

Interactive lessons on the law of Criminal Law from the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction  (CALI). These cover a range of topics that are likely to make an appearance in a traditional Criminal Law course. Each lesson includes a mix of background information and questions.

The list of lessons below is not at all exhaustive, but should give a sense of what CALI has available on Criminal Law. 

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