Skills and Values: Constitutional law
Skills and Values: Constitutional Law brings practical context to what is possibly the most abstract and thus, for many students, frustrating course in the basic law school curriculum. The heart of the book are problems which pose constitutional law issues in the context of situations a lawyer is likely actually to encounter in her practice. As practical problems they require the student to perform functions required of a practicing lawyer, ranging from deposition preparation to letter-drafting to presentation of legal concepts to lay audiences. The problems thus require students to demonstrate mastery of doctrine in the context of real-world problems that call for practical lawyering skills.
viii, 141 pages : forms ; 26 cm
Carolina Academic Press
New Providence, NJ
Constitutional Law, Law School Study Aids, Lawyering Skills/Study Aids, Skills & Values Series
Araiza, William D.; Baker, Thomas E.; Duhart, Olympia; and Friedland, Steven I., "Skills and Values: Constitutional law" (2013). Faculty Books. 78.