Writing for Law

Writing for Law

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This is an easy to use guide on how to complete the various types of assessment normally encountered in undergraduate law programmes. Encouraging students to apply the skills they have learnt, it covers a wide range of tasks including essay writing, giving presentations and moots, taking exams and completing dissertations.see if there is a factsheet or guide available to show you how to follow it. ... Itis easy to get carried away with referencing but you should not need to give full citations to works every timeyou use them.If you have referenced something and your next reference is later in the same work, you reference infullthe firsttime and thenthe second time use theterm a#39;ibid.a#39; andthe ... for example: ... as Powell (2009) stated ... and then the reference: Powell(n 21) 54 Although OSCOLA states that otheranbsp;...

Title:Writing for Law
Author:Dave Powell, Emma Teare
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2010-06-30


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