0 Credits AUTUMN



Co-requisites: LAW60038, LAW60040, LAW60041, LAW60043, LAW60045, LAW60046, LAW60051, LAW60052, LAW60053, LAW60054, LAW60056, LAW6036, LAW6125, LAW6126, LAW6132, LAW6419, LAW684

Aims/Description: This module introduces students to the basic skills of legal research and legal writing, both essays and problem solving. The module includes lectures by academic staff, library staff and on-line specialists, hands-on workshops and structured seminars. The modules also covers referencing and the use of unfair means. Students are given formative feedback on essays. Students are introduced to the skills necessary to give effective oral presentations. Time will also be given to self-reflect on future employment opportunities.

Staff Contact: Andreas Ruhmkorf
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Independent Study, dissertation workshops
Assessment: one four page essay

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