1. Introduction / Kris Gledhill and Ben Livings 2. Building block or something block? Teaching actus reus and mens rea in criminal law / Fiona Donson and Catherine O'Sullivan 3. Teaching the elements of crimes / John Child 4. Enhanving interactivity in the teaching of criminal law : using response technology in the lecture theatre / Kevin J. Brown and Collin R.G. Murray 5. Using problem-based learning to enhance the study of criminal law / Ben Fitzpatrick 6. Turning criminal law upside down / Jo Boylan-Kemp and Rebecca Huxley-Binns 7. Criminal law pedagogy and the Australian state codes / Thomas Crofts and Stella Tarrant 8. Teaching criminal law as statutory interpretation / Jeremy Gans 9. Shaking the foundations : criminal law as a means of critiquing the assumptions of the centrality of doctrine in law / Alex Steel 10. The challenges and benefits of integrating criminal law, litigation and evidence / Adam Jackson and Kevin Kerrigan 11. 'Crime and the criminal process' : challenging traditions, breaking boundaries / Phil Scraton and John Stannard 12. Context and connection / Ben Livings 13. Teaching and learning criminal law 'in context' : taking 'context' seriously / Arlie Loughnan 14. Teaching indigenous and minority students and perspectives in criminal law / Khylee Quince 15. Introducing feminist legal jurisprudence throug the teaching of criminal law / Julia Tolmie 16. Choice / Kris Gledhill 17. The absence of regulatory crime from the criminal law curriculum / Shane Kilcommins, Susan Leahy, and Eimear Spain 18. Conclusion : looking to the future / Kris Gledhill and Ben Livings.