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The Extraordinary Saga of Brooks, Dudley, Parker and Stephens: A Substantive Criminal Law GameLaw 810 Criminal Law (2015)
Welcome to “The Extraordinary Saga of Brooks, Dudley, Parker and Stephens: A Substantive Criminal Law Game,” the four-level digital game you will be playing throughout the semester. This game was developed by Professor Roberta Harding and Teaching Assistant Laura Reynolds. It was designed specifically for the benefit of first-year law students, like you, in acquiring knowledge of the fundamental doctrines that constitute the foundation of the substantive criminal law and enhancing your understanding of them by developing and honing your legal analytical skills. The latter is accomplished through the use of different types of texts and resources-legal and non-legal-to teach you how to identify the relevant issue (s), the applicable legal rule (s), which includes learning how to interpret them, and the salient fact(s). In addition, as you, individually and collectively with your team, advance through the various levels you will develop other essential legal skills, including critical thinking skills, the ability to communicate clearly in writing, and working collaboratively in a professional capacity.
- criminal law
Publication DateJuly 23, 2015
Citation InformationRoberta M. Harding. "The Extraordinary Saga of Brooks, Dudley, Parker and Stephens: A Substantive Criminal Law Game" Law 810 Criminal Law (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/roberta_harding/13/