Connecting with Law by Michelle Sanson

Connecting with Law

byMichelle Sanson, Thalia Anthony

Paperback | December 3, 2014

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Connecting with Law Third Edition introduces students to the foundations of law in a thought provoking way, challenging them to think critically, question ideas and connect with the law. It provides students with a broader context which allows them to start thinking about the values lawembodies and their relationship to society. This fresh approach to introductory law is designed to engage students with contemporary examples and case studies they can relate to, and which help them understand the law.

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Michelle Sanson is an International Lawyer and Humanitarian and Adjunct Fellow at UWS School of Law. Thalia Anthony is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology Sydney.
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Title:Connecting with LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:680 pagesPublished:December 3, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195525051

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Table of Contents

1. Learning Law: How can I develop a legal mind?2. Sources: What is the law itself?3. Legal Institutions: How is law made?4. Classifying and Practising Law: How are cases resolved?5. Research: How do I find and use the law6. Communication: How do I engage with others about the law?7. Jurisprudence: What is law?8. History: How did Australian law develop?9. How Does Indigenous Law Fit In?10. Precedent: How do judicial decisions become law?11. Statutory Interpretation: How do courts interpret legislation?12. The Profession: What do lawyers do?13. Law in Society: What are the problems for accessing justice?14. My Law Career: How can I best prepare for it?