Written by:

Markus D. Dubber

SUNY Buffalo Law School
read more

Mark G. Kelman

Stanford Law School
read more

About the Casebook

Preface (HTML)
Preface (PDF)
Table of Contents
Sample Chapter 1
Sample Chapter 4

Teacher Resources

Password Required Teacher’s eManual
Password Required Teacher eSupplement
Password Required eMPC
Password Required Supplemental Cases
Password RequiredCALI Lessons


Request Review Copies
Purchase American Criminal Law

American Criminal Law: Cases, Statutes, and Comments is a new casebook that presents a teachable collection of stimulating and up-to-date materials that capture the complex reality of modern American criminal law.

Highlights include:

  • Maintains continuity with the traditional criminal law course, while bringing criminal law into the 21st century by highlighting contemporary issues such as sentencing, possession offenses, victims’ rights, and the expansion of white collar crime
  • Easier to teach due to clear conceptual structure, yet more challenging for students where it counts–in notes questions, and problems
  • The first basic criminal law book that responds to the demand to put criminal law in comparative perspective, by exploring transnational comparisons and connections to other first year courses (especially torts and contracts)
  • Innovative supplementary materials including teacher’s manual and eSupplement, featuring the annotated eMPC, interactive CALI tutorials, supplemental cases, sample exams, and sample syllabi

Purchase Book

Foundation Press

395 Hudson Street | New York, NY 10014
www.foundation-press.com | Toll Free 1.877.888.1330 | Fax 212.367.6799
visitor: 8011

© 2007 Foundation Press