Criminal Law 6

Criminal Law 6

Professor Jeannie Suk Gersen
Fall 2017 course
M, T 1:00pm - 3:00pm in WCC Room 1015
4 classroom credits

Exam Type: One-Day Take-Home

This course considers the basic themes of substantive criminal law, including criminal responsibility, the significance of act, intent, causation and result, justification and excuse, and the rationales of punishment. General doctrinal principles of the criminal law and illustrative crimes are studied, including homicide, rape, attempt, complicity, and conspiracy. The course also considers constitutional principles of criminal justice. Laptops cannot be used in class. Class participation is required.