This new edition of Opinion Writing covers the essential elements of the skill of opinion writing. It takes a systematic approach, beginning with an analysis of the issues in the case and planning the structure of the opinion, before moving on to tackle the ways in which to write the opinion. The Manual advises on how to deal with practical matters such as evidence and procedure. It also includes a selection of sample opinions written for various purposes by practising barristers.Mrs Alberta#39;s neighbour, Mr George, owns a Ford Mondeo painted this colour. It was undamaged on 27 June, ... A week later Boulder was arrested and confessed that he had no intention of repairing the roof. Advise the prosecution with whatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Opinion Writing 2004/2005|
|Author||:||Inns of Court School of Law|
|Publisher||:||Blackstone Press - 2004-10-07|