Objective legal writing and analysis
This book is designed for a first semester Legal Research and Writing program that focuses on objective legal writing and analysis and that does not cover legal research. The book uses a process-method with multiple examples revealing the development of issues and analysis using a common hypothetical fact pattern. It has multiple samples of objective legal writing to reveal the good and bad aspects of each rather than offering one "model" memorandum.
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Introduction to the Process of Law
The Life of a Case State and Federal Court Systems and Jurisdiction
Determining the Rule from a Single Case or Other Authority
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