HOW TO STUDY BUSINESS LAW
by Glenda M Crossling, Helen M Murphy
This book introduces students to the methods of study that are required for the completion of law courses. It is especially useful for students who have not undertaken legal studies before, for students who wish to maximise their success in law subjects, and those for whom English is not a first language.
The book emphasises a critical and analytical approach to studies, an includes strategies for electronic research, for coping with vocabulary and reading texts, how to approach amd use cases, notetaking skills, methods for writing well organised essays, strategies for writing effective responses to problem questions, and approaches to passing exams. It includes examples from Commercial, Tax and Corporations Law, Negligence, and statutory interpretation. The book explains the assumptions underpinning law studies as well as the conventions.
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