By Andrew J. McClurg
Written by way of an award-winning professor with huge adventure educating at many alternative legislations colleges, 1L of a journey offers a step by step navigational advisor to either educational and emotional luck in legislation university s the most important first yr. It primarily solutions the questions, What s the 1st 12 months of legislation university relatively like and the way am i able to utilize it? Readers examine what to anticipate, while to anticipate it, and the way to answer it. different how you can reach legislation college books exist, yet 1L of a experience is the single ebook that: Addresses every one point of educational luck, together with the pinnacle 5 conduct of winning legislation scholars, potent classification participation, how you can engage with professors, case-briefing, note-taking, outlining, examination education, and essay and multiple-choice examination techniques. comprises either a professor and scholar standpoint, with reviews from genuine legislation scholars as they improved via their first 12 months from starting to finish. positive factors genuine samples of Socratic discussion, scholar case briefs, pupil type notes, and examination questions and solutions. makes a speciality of sensible recommendation that may be by way of any scholar from day one. Employs a full of life first-person voice, humor, and dozens of anecdotes to convey the recommendation to lifestyles. is determined by academic study to again up recommendation. comprises enter from different legislations professors, together with an interview with 5 professors of felony Writing, the path that motives the main angst and lawsuits from first-year scholars. presents up to date suggestion consistent with the altering panorama of U.S. criminal schooling, together with insurance of expertise concerns appropriate to legislations scholars.
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Introduction This book aims to help you to connect with the law of torts and to inspire you to be successful and confident in your study. It will give you the advice and assistance that you need to improve your study skills so that you can do justice to yourself at every assessment opportunity and get the results that you deserve. Part One is divided into four chapters: ■■ ■■ ■■ The first two chapters provide you with an overview of the law of torts and its challenges. Once you know what the challenges are, you will be better prepared to master them.
Its rules set the standards by which we ought to live and its force is both moral and coercive. The law of torts specifies the conditions that allow individuals and certain officers of the state (like police, for example) to interfere with the rights and liberties of other members of the community and consequently we have a double duty to ensure that the rules made and enforced by our courts are grounded in our shared moral values and serve the greater good of the community. This means that you need to be aware not only of the moral values underlying the law of torts but also of the social, economic and political values that may affect our critique of the law.
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1L of a Ride: A Well-Traveled Professor's Roadmap to Success in the First Year of Law School (Student Guides) by Andrew J. McClurg