International Lawyer's Guide to Legal Analysis and Communication in the United States
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Description: Ideal for teaching international lawyers about the U.S.study of law, this coursebook uses a global perspective to put the basic principles of legal reasoning, writing, and research into context. to effectively teach analysis and communication within the U.S. legal system, The authors presen t: material that can be easily adapted to a one-semester or two-semester writing course, using a one chapter/one idea concept a building-block approach to legal analysis based on the common laweach chapter focuses on a key concept that builds on what had been covered in the previous chapter tailored topical coverage that includes: a concise introduction To The U.S. legal system, The common law as U.S. precedent, And The anatomy of a U.S. lawsuit practical guidance for law study in the United States, including how to brief a case for class and other suggestions about the law school classroom a special chapter on plagiarism, a particularly troublesome aspect of writing for ESL students instruction on drafting client letters and demand letters, including effective word, phrasing, and structural choices for emphasis an overview of statutory interpretation theories coverage of drafting both fact-based and law-based issue discussions citation rules, including citing to international and online materials chapters on the U.S. approach to drafting contracts, emphasizing international transactions techniques for taking law school examinations engaging examples and exercises a glossary of terms To prepare international lawyers for practice in the U.S. legal system, use the coursebook that employs basic coverage, solid pedagogy, and a multicultural perspective.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $112.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 6/26/2008
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
|An Introduction to the U.S. System of Government|
|An Introduction to Common Law in the United States|
|An Introduction to the Anatomy of the Civil Litigation Process|
|The U.S. Legal Education System: An Introduction to Studying the Law to Learn the Law and Briefing Cases for Class|
|An Introduction to the Legal Writing Process|
|An Introduction to U.S. Concept of Plagiarism and the Proper Attribution to Authority|
|Writing an Objective Analysis|
|Writing an Objective Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue: One Issue/One Case|
|Writing a Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue: Using Policy to Support a Legal Analysis|
|Writing a Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue: Using multiple Cases in Analyzing a Single Issue|
|Writing a Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue: Synthesizing a Single Rule from Multiple Cases|
|Beyond the Simple TRAC: Using Different Legal Tests to Create the Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue|
|Writing a Discussion of a Fact-Based Issue: Addressing multiple Issues Using Multiple Cases|
|Addressing Statutory Issues|
|Introduction to an Objective Legal Analysis of a Law-Based Issue|
|Citing to Authority|
|Drafting a Contract|
|An Overview of Basic Contract Provisions|
|Checklists and Organizational Format|
|Overall Contract Structure|