This volume explains the skills and techniques needed by any student of law. Assuming no prior knowledge, this fourth edition takes a practical approach to demonstrate how to find, read and analyze a variety of legal materials - cases, statutes, articles and textbooks.
It is essential that all students taking a law course have the ability to find, read, understand and assess primary legal materials. How to Study Law examines the skills and techniques needed by any student of law. Assuming no prior knowledge, the fourth edition of this popular text can be used as part of an introductory course providing the reader with an excellent introduction to the common law system or as a self-study guide. A practical approach is taken to demonstrate how to find, read and analyse a variety of legal materials - cases, statutes, articles and textbooks. Full account is taken of the increasingly important resources available via the web or CD-Rom. This is a highly functional book which will be welcomed by all students of law, from 'A' level to degree level, whether studying law as a full time course, or as part of another qualification. It ensures that the vital foundations for successful study are laid.
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