CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) publishes over 150 computer-based tutorials in over 20 different legal subject areas (INCLUDING CRIMINAL LAW). The lessons use a variety of formats and methods for teaching doctrine, analysis and critical thinking skills.
LexisNexis teamed up with BARBRI to create several law school outlines you can access online or download. Barry Law students, faculty, and staff will need to log into their LexisNexis accounts to access this and other outlines.
Barry Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni may create free accounts to check out e-books (including this collection of multiple choice questions and answers for Criminal Law) for a limited time and access them on and off campus.
Barry Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni may create free accounts to check out e-books (including this detailed treatise that breaks down the major Criminal Law concepts) for a limited time and access them on and off campus.
Expertly written to provide comprehensive coverage of the most crucial issues in a course, the Concise Hornbook Series features concise analyses by prominent scholars of basic areas of the law. The Series focuses on core principles and concepts fundamental to understanding the subject matter. LaFave's Principles of Criminal Law provides detailed discussion on the topics of responsibility, justification and excuse, inchoate crimes and accomplice liability. The book also gives attention to subjects such as causation, insanity and conspiracy.