Table of Contents


Part A: Getting Prepared

The Tools

Reading as a Skill

1: Evaluating the contents of the Box

Preparing your Workspace

2: Making plans

Part B: Your Materials

Working with Information

3: Getting on top of all that information

Legal Research Materials

Finding and Citing Legal Sources

4: Understanding the Legal Authorities

Part C: The Construction Process

Building an Original Using Cases: Originality and Authorities Example of Legal Problem Solving: 5: An Example of Good Writing Putting the Pieces Together 6: The One Page Paper

Part D: Projects

Report on A Court Visit

7: The Court Report

Mapping Legal Networks

Some Legal Network Maps

8: Mapping a Legal Network

Part E: Things to Make and Do

Justice Research

9: Giving and Taking Feedback

Law Reform

10: Stepping Back


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