Case Preparation equips trainee barristers with the skills required to prepare a winning case. Providing invaluable advice on conducting effective legal research and reliable techniques for preparing convincing arguments to legal problems, the practical approach of the manual is enhanced through worked examples and realistic case papers throughout.
Dedicated chapters on legal research guide the reader through the plethora of print and electronic sources available and provide invaluable practical guidance on how to conduct successful legal research, while chapters focusing specifically on reading and interpreting cases, and presenting and recording research trails, highlight the process of research undertaken. Worked examples are also contained throughout to highlight legal research in action.
The manual also introduces the trainee barrister to a systematic C.A.P. (Context, Analyze, Present) approach to analyzing a client's case designed to provide an efficient and reliable method for preparing sound answers and convincing arguments to legal problems. Covering both civil and criminal cases, realistic sets of papers are used to demonstrate the C.A.P approach in practice and additional sets of papers are provided to encourage students to practise developing their case preparation skills.
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This manual is edited by Nigel Duncan, Principal Lecturer, The City Law School
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110199568472