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Published: 02 July 2015

224 Pages


ISBN: 9780198737674

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Lawyers' Skills

Twentieth Edition

Julian Webb, Caroline Maughan, Mike Maughan, Andy Boon, and Marcus Keppel-Palmer

Legal Practice Course Manuals

  • Equips students with a solid understanding of the theories, concepts and techniques underpinning the key skills of legal writing and drafting, interviewing and advising, practical legal research and advocacy, enabling students to develop, practise and refine the legal skills they will depend on throughout their professional career
  • Goes beyond coverage of the assessed skills and also provides wide-ranging coverage of those professional skills, such as negotiation and time management, which are integral to the modern solicitor's firm, ensuring that students are adequately prepared for all aspects of life in practice
  • Realistic examples, tasks, and exercises reflect the interactive nature of the subject and encourage students to develop the requisite legal skills required for success in practice
  • Access to the digital version of this book comes with every purchase to enable a more flexible learning experience - redeem your 12 months' access to Law Trove by 31 December 2015

New to this Edition:

  • Revised and updated guidance on drafting electronically, writing emails, and conducting online legal research to reflect new and emerging technology and latest practice

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