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Legal Reasoning and Writing (Textbooks in Law)

by Steven Riess

  • 127 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Lit Verlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jurisprudence & General Issues,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Legal Writing,
  • Law / General,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12977472M
    ISBN 103825877698
    ISBN 109783825877699

    Legal Reasoning, Writing and Other Lawyering Skills, 3rd Edition (formerly known as Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Persuasive Argument), draws on lessons from neuroscience and psychology to deepen students' understanding of self and others, and of the emotional biases and filters that undermine their efforts to "think like a lawyer."Author: Robin Slocum. U.S. Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Practice for International Lawyers (). Authors: John B. Thornton. Carolina Academic PressPages:

    CONTENTS Preface xi 1 Introduction: Is There Legal Reasoning? 1 2 Rules—in Law and Elsewhere 13 Of Rules in General 13 The Core and the Fringe 18 The Generality of Rules 24 The Formality of Law 29 3 The Practice and Problems of Precedent 36 Precedent in Two Directions 36 Precedent—The Basic Concept 37 A Strange Idea 41 On Identifying a Precedent 44File Size: KB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: Legal reasoning, writing, and persuasive argument. c Description.

    The Sixth Edition of this respected and popular text remains grounded in the premise that legal reasoning and legal writing are best learned when they are taught together. Building on that foundation, Neumann continues to offer complete, clear, and timely coverage of how to form a legal argument and how to write an effective legal memorandum. This comprehensive legal writing text for international LL.M. students reflects the author's experience as a lawyer, professor of legal writing to international LL.M. students, and applied linguist who taught academic English as a Second Language to international university students. The book has a Author: John B. Thornton.


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A leading text in legal writing, Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing. explores the nuts and bolts of writing an office memo, a motion memo, and an appellate brief. In addition, chapters are included on oral argument and client letters/5(16).

Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing teaches students how to organize and incorporate a legal argument into strong and cogent writing for a variety of applications in legal practice.

Because effective legal writing is predicated on sound legal reasoning, the authors treat both as /5(9). Legal Reasoning and Objective Writing: A Comprehensive Approach is a textbook for the objective writing segment of a first-year legal writing class, written by two professors who have collaborated for many years, and who between them have over 50 years of experience teaching legal analysis and writing.

The book, which is written in a conversational manner to engage students and put them at 5/5(3). This comprehensive legal writing text for international LL.M. students reflects the author's experience as a lawyer, professor of legal writing to international LL.M.

students, and applied linguist who taught academic English as a Second Language to international university students. The book Cited by: 1. Regarding 'legal reasoning," this book makes a good case that writing helps a person understand what they think, and thus by forcing the writer into multiple drafts of writing, the writer is a more disciplined thinker/5.

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A leading text in legal writing, Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing explores the nuts and bolts of writing an office memo, a motion memo, and an appellate brief. In addition, chapters are included on oral argument and client letters.

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out of 5 Volokh's Academic Legal Writing: Law Review Articles, Student Notes, Seminar Papers, and Getting on Law Review, 4th (University Casebook). Legal writing is challenging, in part, because the clarity and effectiveness of the fi nal product depends on the clarity of the underlying legal reasoning.

Thus, this book teaches and illustrates the underlying skills of legal reasoning and analysis that are integral components of effective legal Size: KB.

A revision of Neumann's very successful basic legal writing text, this edition continues to give a strong foundation in legal analysis and to writing while refining and further improving the text based on user's responses.

the text focuses on constructing a proof of a conclusion of law and teaches format, style, and grammar alongside the reasoning skills. However, the book harkens nostalgia for me, but it remains a strong and articulate text for understanding legal reasoning.

This work exemplifies the way in which legal scholars, lawyers, judges, and citizens must review cases, digest cases, and reason in ways that make the rule of law the foundation on which our republic is built/5.

Legal Reasoning, Writing and Other Lawyering Skills, 3rd Edition (formerly known as Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Persuasive Argument) draws on lessons from neuroscience and psychology to deepen students' understanding of self and others, and of the emotional biases and filters that undermine their efforts to "think like a lawyer.".

Legal Reasoning, Writing and Other Lawyering Skills, (formerly known as Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Persuasive Argument) draws on lessons from neuroscience and psychology to deepen students' understanding of self and others, and of the emotional biases and filters that undermine their efforts to "think like a lawyer." Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Other Lawyering Skills retains the same core.

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Legal Reasoning, Writing and Other Lawyering Skills, 3rd Edition (formerly known as Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Persuasive Argument) draws on lessons from neuroscience and psychology to deepen students' understanding of self and others, and of the emotional biases and filters that undermine their efforts to "think like a lawyer".Price: $ Reprinted from Neumann: Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing with the permission of Wolters Kluwer Law and Business.

Contents xviii § Analogizing and Distinguishing 95 § Testing for Realism 95 § An Example of the Precedent Skills at Work 96 § The Client’s Story The new edition of this highly successful text remains grounded in the premise that legal reasoning and legal writing are learned better when they are taught together.

Building on that foundation, The book offers complete coverage of how to form a legal argument and how to write an effective legal memorandum.

the Fifth Edition preserves the features that earned the book its loyal following. What is the best book for an introduction to legal reasoning Post by nycparalegal» Mon pm As the subject of this post suggests, I'd like to get feedback from people on which book they thought was the best primer for legal reasoning (e.g., Bramble Bush, Thinking Like A Lawyer, or John Delaney's Intro to Legal Reasoning, etc.).

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Legal Reasoning and Objective Writing: A Comprehensive Approach is a textbook for the objective writing segment of a first-year legal writing class, written by two professors who have collaborated for many years, and who between them have over 50 years of experience teaching legal analysis and writing.

The book, which is written in a conversational.This book covers the essentials of sound legal reasoning, and discusses how to develop effective arguments, whether spoken or written.

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