Criminal Law Study Aids
Dressler, Criminal Law, 2nd ed. 2010. [Black Letter Series]
Dressler, Understanding Criminal Law, 6th ed. 2012. [Understanding Series]
Dubber, Criminal Law: Model Penal Code, 2002 [Turning Point Series]
Katz, Moore, & Morse, Foundations of Criminal Law, 1999 [Foundations of Law Series]
LaFave, Principles of Criminal Law, 2010. [Concise Hornbook Series]
LaFave, Criminal Law, 5th ed. 2010. [West Hornbook Series]
Levenson, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Law, 3rd ed., 2012.
Low, Criminal Law, 3rd ed. 2007. [Black Letter Series]
Loewy, Criminal Law in a Nutshell, 5th ed. 2009. [Nutshell Series]
Podgor, Henning, & Cohen, Mastering Criminal Law, 2008. [Carolina Academic Press Mastering Series]
Singer & La Fond, Criminal Law: Examples and Explanations, 6th ed. 2013. [Examples and Explanations Series]
Other Fun Places
- Criminal Law Reporter (BNA) - Published weekly, reports significant developments, trends, and emerging patterns in criminal law.
- White Collar Crime Reporter (BNA) - Published biweekly, reports legal developments affecting the prosecution and defense of fraud and other white collar crimes.
- Capital Defense Weekly
- Crime and Consequences
- CrimProf Blog
- Judging Crimes
- Sentencing Law and Policy
- White Collar Crime Prof Blog
- American Criminal Law Review
- American Journal of Criminal Law
- Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law (formerly Boalt Journal of Criminal Law and California Criminal Law Review)
- Crime and Justice
- Criminal Law Forum
- Georgetown Law Journal - Annual Review of Criminal Procedure
- Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology
- Journal of International Criminal Justice
- New Criminal Law Review
- New England Journal on Criminal & Civil Confinement
- Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law
- Western Criminology Review
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