Writing and Analysis in the Law

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Foundation Press, 1999 - Law - 448 pages
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Writing & Analysis in the Law is a standard-setter in American legal education. Lucid, compact, & up to date, this work consistently draws acclaim in law schools across the country. Highlights of the Fourth Edition include: * Four New Chapters Interviewing the Client Counseling the Client Analyzing Questions of Law Trial Memoranda * Time-tested chapters on fundamental principles of memorandum writing * Crisp introductions to common law & statutory analysis * Complete & cohesive chapters, with illustrative examples, on the structure & persuasive techniques of effective appellate argument, both in briefs & in oral presentation * Exercises throughout.

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y'all are killing me with this stuff. one of the worst lawyer school courses. this text, were it perfect, probably couldn't change that. Read full review


CHAPTER ONE Introduction to the Legal System
The Development of the Law Through the Common
TV Statutes and the Relationship Between Case Law

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Shapo is a Professor of Law at Northwestern University School of Law.

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