The General Part of Criminal Law - Henrietta J. A N. Mensa-Bonsu
Call Number: KRX3800 .M52
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
A study on criminal law in two volumes, both accessible to the general reader and to professionals. Volume one covers the general theoretical part of criminal law. It defines and discusses the general nature of crime and criminal law, the scope and functions of criminal law, and the principle of legality. It similarly proposes definitions, theories, purposes and aims, and justification of punishment. The work covers criminal liability; the actus reus, the mens rea, and exceptions to these liabilities. A final section outlines causation theories, joint causation, contributory negligence and jurisdiction. The volume also includes articles on theoretical problems and extensive case notes.
Basic Jurisprudence and Legal Philosophy - Stephen Offei
Call Number: K231 .Of2
Publication Date: 2007-02-12
Adopting a highly practical approach, this book shows the reader how to research and write a dissertation, covering the various stages – planning, identifying key issues, utilising the appropriate research methods, time management issues, and managing one's supervision. This book covers legal dissertation level research, embracing both LL.B. (undergraduate) and the specific demands of LL.M. dissertations.