Glanville Williams: Learning the Law, 17th Edition
Glanville Williams: Learning the Law, 17th ed
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
For more than 70 years, Glanville Williams: Learning the Law, first released in 1945, has been teaching students to the fundamental abilities required to study law successfully. It is still the essential book for any student beginning a legal education, even though it is in its 17th edition.
- shows how to read and understand these in light of common law principles of precedent, and introduces students to the fundamental legal documents such as statutes and case law.
- explains how to approach and address legal issues in the examination room
- provides guidance on time management, exam preparation, and study techniques.
- describes how to conduct legal research and where to find the law both on paper and electronically.
- includes taking part in events such as moots, mock trials, and others.
- discusses employment prospects and offers suggestions for finding and keeping a job.
- offers suggestions for additional legal and nonlegal reading
Table of ContentsThe Divisions Of The Law
The Courts And The Judiciary
The Mechanisms Of Legal Scholarship
Methods Of Study
Case Law Technique
Statutes And Their Interpretation
Working Out Problems
Answering Essay Questions
In The Exam Room
Moots, Mock Trials And Other Competitions
From Learning To Earning
General Reading And Viewing
The European Dimension