Criminal Law: Theory and Doctrine offers a sophisticated account of English criminal law,combining theoretical precision and depth with an authoritative exposition of the law. As such, it will appeal to undergraduate law students seeking a firm grasp of doctrine and principle, as well as to scholars and research students. Throughout, the analysis is complemented by extensive citations of case law and articles. Scholars, in particular, will benefit from the extensive theoretical discussion, the relevance of which transcends national boundaries.
Andrew Simester is Professor of Legal Philosophy at the University of Nottingham. Robert Sullivan is Barber Professor of Jurisprudence at Birmingham University.
Bloomsbury Acad & Prof
Criminal law & procedure