Criminal Procedure: The Game
Criminal procedure is serious business, but it still can be a game.
Open to all law students, this flexible online course teaches the major topics covered by the multistate bar exam using video games, traditional online lecture, and quizzing.
ENROLL NOW. CLASSES BEGIN May 11, 2020.
It's simple to enroll and get financial aid - and the credits you earn are eligible for transfer subject to approval from your home institution. Your gamemaster/instructor is Adam Candeub, a faculty member at Michigan State University College of Law.
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