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Law Reading Lists: IMDLAW102 Criminal Law

Welcome

Welcome to your Criminal Law reading list. Here you will find the resources to support you throughout this module. 

Essential Reading

Weekly Readings Semester 1

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Further reading

Required reading

Recommended reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Essential reading

Module Journals

Students will be expected to consult a range of law journals and cases via LexisLibrary and selected e-journals from WestLaw with a view to developing appropriate legal research skills and to access important supplementary readings in preparation for assessments. Examples of journals include:

New Law Journal

Public Law

Criminal Law Review

Modern Law Review

Oxford Journal of Legal Studies

Recommended Reading

Weekly Readings Semester 2

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Further reading

Essential reading

Recommended reading

Essential reading

Essential reading

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CPS Guidelines

Essential reading

Essential reading

Essential Reading - Semester 2

Serious Crime Act 2007, ss. 44-51

Criminal Law Act 1977 (as amended), s.1

Criminal Attempts Act 1981, s.1

Cases

Sadique [2013] EWCA Crim 1150

Gnango [2011] UKSC 59

 

Recommended Reading

Essential Reading

Ormerod D and Laird K, ‘Jogee: not the end of a legal saga but the start of one?’ [2016] Crim LR 539

 

Cases:

R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8

R v Johnson (Lewis) [2016] EWCA Crim 1613

 

Recommended reading

Buxton R, ‘Jogee: upheaval in secondary liability for murder’ [2016] Crim LR 324

Warburton D, ‘Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Secondary Party in Crime, R v Jogee [2016] UKSC & Ruddock v the Queen [2016] UKPC 7’ (2016) 80 (3) Journal of Criminal Law 160

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