This book provides numerous illustrations and highlights important points to facilitate learning. The problems in the text allow readers (1) to "test" their understanding and ability to analyze, and (2) to practice applying what they have learned. Readers receive immediate feedback on how well they have done by consulting a detailed discussion in an appendix. Follows the basic pattern of legal research and analysis in practice: analyzing the facts; identifying legal problems; defining a writing project; developing a research plan; taking research notes; reading, analyzing, and briefing cases; editing and proofreading; formulating arguments; and using persuasive writing techniques.
Law, Legal-Education, Legal-Writing,