Love them or hate them, essays in law are common. You may face them in subjects such as criminal law, equity and trusts, administrative, and constitutional law. Even though you likely won’t be writing essays in practice, it’s still really important to get your head around how they’re written well in order to get as many marks as you can before the dreaded exam. (more…)
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LSMD is a site that helps prospective legal studies students make an informed decision as well as educate them on current issues in the field. They help you get a better understanding of the US legal system and how attorneys think.
Although US-based, the site is very useful to learn about methods, theories and principles of the law to help you interpret and apply legal principles – plus heaps more.
In a previous post, I spoke about how to write a good law essay. This piece will specifically focus on introductions and conclusions, to enhance your already-awesome essay and get you the best marks you can. Here we go: