OUP's Law QaA series enables students to practise their exam techniques and assess their progress. QaA Evidence contains around fifty questions and full model answers designed to test even the best-prepared student. Each question is followed by a commentary and then a bullet-pointed answer plan highlighting the key points. - ;The law of evidence is an increasingly popular and important choice of subject for undergraduates. The ideal revision aid, QaA Evidence 2007-2008 gives students the opportunity to practise their exam techniques and evaluate and assess their progress. The book is divided into chapters covering each major topic on law courses, and contains around fifty questions and answers designed to test even the best prepared student. Each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects, and flowcharts are used to clarify issues and aid analysis. After every question there is a commentary highlighting key points, followed by bullet-pointed answer plans, and finally a model answer. The authors discuss the most effective techniques for writing examination answers and tackling both practical and theoretical questions, showing exactly what the examiners are looking for. The book opens with an introductory chapter providing detailed guidance on examination technique and the best approach to answering both problem and essay based questions; the book will be invaluable for both examinations and coursework. QaA Evidence ends with a chapter of 'mixed questions' which will provide the perfect dry run at an examination. This fifth edition has been substantially modified to take account of recent sweeping changes in the law of evidence, as well as the radical impact of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, particularly in the areas of character and hearsay evidence. The authors also take into account the continuing effect of the Human Rights Act 1998, which has had a strong impact on the law of evidence. Online resource centre QaA Evidence is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre providing annotated web links and a glossary of terms from the Dictionary of Law. -It is poor time management to chase one or two extra marks on question three and leave yourself short of time to accumulate the ... Your fellow examinees who rushed to get pen to paper at the start of the examination will be flagging too, but they wona#39;t ... Having done so, you should be able to outline the legal principles which are relevant to the issues in the problem, citing the relevant cases and statutes.
|Title||:||Q and A: Evidence 2007-2008, 5th Ed.|
|Author||:||Maureen Spencer, John Spencer|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2007-01-18|