Designed to give a grounding in effective communication, research and problem-solving skills, the Legal Skills series aims to blend theory and practice by encouraging the reader to think through particular problems. Each book provides a theoretical framework for understanding the specific skills, reinforcing this with practical exercises to develop the reader's grasp of how these skills are used.
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David Stott, LLB, LLM (London), LLM (Essex) is currently Deputy Dean of the School of Law, Anglia Polytechnic University.Review:
... readable and comprehensive. As well as dealing with traditional paper research, it deals with computer databases and the internet, which are quickly taking over as the preferred methods of research ... This is a very worthwhile addition to any law library, especially for students and trainees. It will also be of assistance to those like many technical arbitrators who must use the law, but who have little experience of legal research. And for the price, its a bargain. -- Arbitration, Vol 65, No 3, Aug 1999
The real strength of the book is the host of practical exercises, which bring substance to the process of research, using examples which are well followed through, and which clearly illustrate the link between the theory and practice of research. -- The Law Teacher, 1999
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Book Description Routledge Cavendish, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1859413382