Global Issues in Criminal Law
This title provides an introduction to issues arising in international and transnational crimes, giving students a broader perspective on a developing area of the law. The book also provides faculty and students with material from domestic and international sources. It builds on a number of subjects treated in the traditional criminal law class, such as mens rea, actus reus, accomplice and conspiratorial liability, and defenses, by analyzing three subjects of current interest: transnational crimes, terrorism, and genocide.
International Law, Criminal Law, mens rea, actus reus, transnational crimes, crimes, law, terrorism, genocide
Criminal Law | International Law | Legal Education | Other Law
Blakesley, Christopher L., "Global Issues in Criminal Law" (2007). Books. Book 32.