i. a high level of knowledge;
ii. real insight into the difficulties of the subject or the relationship between its parts;
iii. a very high level of skill in problem solving, which demonstrates powers of critical analysis;
iv. confidence in the delimitation of issues and in the handling of them;
v. ability to operate, in exposition and discussion, on different levels – i.e. the capacity to be at home simultaneously in several dimensions of the unit’s concerns;
vi. originality of thought;
vii. skilful command of language, demonstrated by a very high level of economy, precision, or fluent and accurate expression of difficult ideas;
viii. ability to step outside the confines of the unit or its prescribed materials, demonstrating a capacity for intellectual initiative, without loss of relevance.
Main Text books:
LACEY, W. A. Q. 2011. Reconstructing Criminal Law.
SANDERS, Y. A. B. 2010. Criminal Justice.