Refer to the following articles for more suggestions about teaching classes in psychology and law. (This list is taken from the references of the first two listed articles.)
Anderson, D. (1992). Using feature films as tools for analysis in a psychology and law course. Teaching of Psychology, 19, 155-157.
Fass, M.E. (1999). A forensic psychology exercise: Role playing and the insanity defense. Teaching of Psychology, 26, 201-203.
Fulero, S., Greene, E., Hans, V., Nietzel, M., Small, M., & Wrightsman, L. (1999). Undergraduate education in legal psychology. Law and Human Behavior, 23, 137-153.
Greene, E. (1987). An undergraduate course in psychology and the law. Teaching of Psychology, 14, 238-239
Liss, M. (1992). Psychology and law courses: Content and materials. Law and Human Behavior, 16, 463-471.
Miller, L. (1997). Teaching about repressed memories of childhood sexual abuse and eyewitness testimony. Teaching of Psychology, 24, 250-255.
Ogloff, J., Tomkins, A., & Bersoff, D. (1996). Education and training in psychology and law/criminal justice. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 23, 200-235.
Otto, R., & Fulero, S. (2006). Integrating psychology and law into undergraduate instruction. Observer (Association for Psychological Science), 19, retrieved from http://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/getArticle.cfm?id=1919
Perry, N., Huss, M., McAuliff, B., & Galas, J. (1996). An active-learning approach to teaching the undergraduate psychology and law course. Teaching of Psychology, 23, 76-81.
Schumacher, J.E., & Brodsky, S.L. (1988). The mock trial: An exploration of applications and dynamics in interdisciplinary training. Law and Psychology Review, 12, 79-93.
Schwarzmueller, A. (2006). Critiquing media portrayals of forensic professionals: A project for students. Teaching of Psychology, 22, 205-207.
Small, M. (1993). Legal psychology and therapeutic jurisprudence. St. Louis University Law Journal, 37, 675-700.
Swenson, E. (1983). Incorporating law into the undergraduate psychology curriculum. Teaching of Psychology, 10, 119-120.
Thagard, P. (2006). Evaluating explanations in law, science, and everyday life. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 15, 141-145.
Werth, J.L., Harvey, J., McNamara, R., Svoboda, A., Gulbrandson, R., Hendren, J., et al. (2002). Using controversial mock trials in Psychology and Law courses: Suggestions from participants. Teaching of Psychology, 29, 20-24.