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Lawyers' skills by Marcus Keppel-Palmer

Lawyers' skills

by Marcus Keppel-Palmer

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"Lawyers' Skills" takes into account the 'Written Standards' published by the Law Society. It addresses all the skills that are integral to the modern solicitor's practice. The text introduces students to the theory underpinning these skills and is supported by reflective exercises and examples from practice. Importantly, the methodology employed allows students to continue their learning beyond the Legal Practice Course. This new edition has revised exercises and the 'Learning Outcomes' have been made more explicit in order for students to see what their learning objectives are throughout the text. There are new chapter overviews and summaries and more extensive use of flowcharts, diagrams and practical examples. The chapter on IT has been expanded, with sections on Excel, PowerPoint and how to apply IT skills. There is more on e-communications and how this affects client care, and the chapters on Legal Writing and Drafting have been revised in order to give students more clarity in the areas they find difficult. The book is supplemented by a companion web site, providing a test bank of multiple choice questions, linked directly to the text allowing lecturers to test student understanding and progress.

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