Legal Research and Writing

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Foundation Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Law - 682 pages
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The book covers objective writing, legal research, and adversarial writing in a process method, and provides multiple annotated samples of good and bad writing throughout the text many of which use a common hypothetical, and teaches the TREAT method and explanatory synthesis that produce powerful and effective objective and adversarial writing.

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Contents

Introduction to the Process of Law
1
The Life of a Case State and Federal Court Systems and Jurisdiction
17
Determining the Rule from a Single Case or Other Authority
39
Copyright

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Michael Murray is Professor of Social and Health Psychology at Keele University UK. He is the author/editor of several books in health psychology including "Health Psychology: Theory, Practice" (with David Marks, Brian Evans and Emee Estacio), "Qualitative Health Psychology" (with Kerry Chamberlain) and "Critical Health Psychology".

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