Legal Method

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Maitland Press, 2011 - Business & Economics - 444 pages
Lawyers perform many tasks. This book focuses on the core tasks with law. The core tasks are as follows: Organising law. This covers ascertaining the overall structure of an area of law. It also covers the task of organising an individual legal rule by dividing it into its elements and consequences. Making law. This explains the making of statute law and common law. Interpreting law. This explains the interpretation of statute law and common law. Using law in litigation and transactions. This explains the overall task. This also explains two specific tasks, namely applying law to facts and proving facts Communicating law. This involves the major tasks of writing law. Discussion includes advice on how to answer a problem question. This also involves reading law. Discussion includes advice on reading cases and statutes.

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