A wonderful direct exam prep book, not a long semester outline. Includes answered MBEs and essays. Look Inside Excerpt: Our actual problem here is that we have not yet started to believe that an essay is primarily the proving and disproving of individual elements of a definition - not proving and disproving overall liability. Excerpt: If you think: does he have an easement? You argue from a conclusion on down and scribble and scratch and misspell (like me: I am king of typos: I wear the crown) and feel disappointed when you aren't awarded a 90.But if you think: Does he have a right over the land of another? How did he get it, when and from whom? What type if classifiable that way? Is this lawn-crossing a correct use of it? - you will write like a master and your overall conclusion will never matter because whatever side you're on you're still going to anchor at pier 75.
About the Author
Bam Yum Hagin Law books - legal writing books, IRAC law school writing, IRAC legal writing, contracts torts books, criminal law Wills b