A Practical Guide to Lawyering Skills
Cavendish Pub., Jan 1, 2001 - Interviewing in law practice - 440 pages
This guide brings together the theory and practice of lawyering skills in an accessible and practical context which should be of use for all law students.The book looks at how skills are taught and assessed both on undergraduate and vocational courses, and helps students to see skills as an integral element of law in both its academic and practical context. It provides a key introduction to the fundamental skills of writing and drafting, interviewing and advising, research, opinion writing and advocacy, while also introducing students to the key skills needed by modern lawyers, such as information technology.
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