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Legal Theory & Jurisprudence
Welcome to Legal Theory & Jurisprudence. Whether you're studying at the undergraduate level, this guide should help direct you in your resource needs.
For related law areas (e.g. tort, property etc), consult the specific guides pertaining to those areas.
Resources for Legal Research and Writing
Academic Writing in Law
There are few things more important in the legal discipline than being able to write. Whether it's drafting letters, contracts, briefs, or dissecting argumentation on case law, a lawyer needs best-practice knowledge of the right style, format and clarity of expression. The focus of this guide is to equip students with the writing skills necessary for the study and practice of law.
Compiling Research Materials
Once you find what you're looking for, you need to extract and compile the information and structure it into a coherent argument. This resource is designed to assist you in that process.
Using Law Databases
Struggling to use the databases? Check out the collection of user guides here. You'd be surprised how many tools are available to help make your searching faster, relevant, and more precise.
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