Legal Systems a Skills provides students with a practical guide to all the essential knowledge and skills they will need for their law degree and beyond. Divided into three core areas, it forms a foundation for legal studies and for graduate employment. Essential Legal Systems: Part I delivers a focused and practical guide to the purpose and application of law. Contemporary and holistic in approach, it covers all the essential topics in legal systems, considering social, moral, ethical, and jurisprudential perspectives. Taking learning further, it helps students to critically evaluate legal systems and their implications for individuals, businesses, and commerce. Essential Legal Skills: Part II demonstrates step-by-step approaches to acquiring and honing the skills needed for the academic study of law and professional practice. Numerous visual aids and learning features help students to become adept researchers, nimble problem-solvers, dexterous writers, and competent communicators. They will acquire the tools they need to analyse, evaluate, and apply the law, and to thrive in their future careers. Essential Employability and Commercial Awareness: Part III helps students to see how their knowledge and skills can be practically applied, in the legal world or outside of it. Students are encouraged to reflect on and actively improve their commercial awareness through case studies, practice interview questions, and activities, giving them the skills to thrive in the world of work. Targeted coverage of employability, CV development, and transferrable skills helps students to approach their future careers with confidence and communicate their own competencies effectively. This book is the essential contemporary toolkit for savvy law students, enabling them to: Learn how law works; Develop the essential skills; and Apply them to succeed. Online Resource Centre This text is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre offering a range of stimulating resources, including: Self-test questions The authors' guidance on the thought-provoking questions in the book A library of web links for students Regular updates in the lawThe following example illustrates a simple approach, whereby (a) posing a series of questions, and (b) noting likely ... One aspect of good writing is structure, which , in this context, includes the introduction and conclusion to your essay. A couple of memorable phrases as to what should be the content of the introduction, body, and conclusion of an essay are: a a#39;answer the question; answer the question;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Legal Systems & Skills|
|Author||:||Judith Embley, Peter Goodchild, Catherine Shephard|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2015-04-23|