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What Lawyers Do - A Problem Solving Approach to Legal Practice
What Lawyers Do - A Problem Solving Approach to Legal Practice
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Legal Profession
ISBN:  9780421548909
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  29 May 1997
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Written in an informal, practical style, this is the first book to set out what lawyers do in practice and what it takes to achieve competence in solving legal problems. This book's purpose is to help law students understand the essence of legal practice from a broad, conceptual perspective. It will help law students understand how traditional subjects are used in practice so that they will develop a deeper appreciation of the law and what is required of them as lawyers.
The author utilises numerous topical examples and flow-charts to highlight the key processes underpinning problem-solving.

* Principles explained by analysis and illustrated with topical examples
* Interesting approach to subject
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