WRITING FOR LAW
30 JUN 2010
This is an easy to use guide on how to complete the various types of assessment normally encountered in undergraduate law programmes. Encouraging students to apply the skills they have learnt, it covers a wide range of tasks including essay writing, giving presentations and moots, taking exams and completing dissertations.
Introduction.- PART I: WHY SHOULD I? The Pragmatic Reason and the More General Reason.- Why Do Students Fail?.- Description v Analysis.- Sources.- Referencing.- A Sophisticated Approach.- PART II: ESSAYS Where Do I Start?.- Planning and Research.- Developing a Structure.- The Body of the Essay.- PART III: PROBLEM QUESTIONS Why Do we Do Them?.- Planning.- Developing a Structure.- PART IV: PRESENTATIONS Why Are They Different.- Dos and Don'ts.- How to Present.- PART V: MOOTS What Are They?.- Research.- Presenting.- PART VI: EXAMS Preparation.- Sitting the Exam.- Index.