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(p. 182) (p. 183) Part II Academic legal skills 

(p. 182) (p. 183) Part II Academic legal skills

Emily Finch

and Stefan Fafinski

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date: 21 September 2020

This chapter focuses on the skills needed to study law. It begins by describing how a law degree is structured and what sorts of activities students are likely to take part in as part of that degree. It then discusses lectures, seminars and tutorials, note-taking, working with others, time management, learning from feedback, and personal development planning.

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