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The Successful Law Student: An Insider's Guide to Studying Law

The Successful Law Student: An Insider's Guide to Studying Law (2nd edn)

Imogen Moore and Craig Newbery-Jones
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date: 27 January 2023

p. 1155. Making the Most of Your Classes in Lawlocked

p. 1155. Making the Most of Your Classes in Lawlocked

  • Imogen MooreImogen MooreProfessor of Law and Director of Education in the Law School, University of Exeter
  •  and Craig Newbery-JonesCraig Newbery-JonesAssociate Professor in Legal Education, University of Leeds

Abstract

This chapter explores the range of different classes and related learning opportunities the student may come across during their legal studies and how to get the best out of them. The chapter explains the main types of law classes, including lectures and other large group classes, tutorials, and seminars, and considers how they differ in aim and approach. It provides guidance on how classes may be conducted and how students can prepare for and benefit most from them. Different approaches to legal learning, including blended learning, problem-based learning, peer learning, and clinical legal education are also considered.

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