Letters to a Law Student
Teach your students the core principles of studying law with this helpful companion.
Letters to a Law Student, 5th edition, introduces law for aspiring law students in a personable read, with practical advice and insights on transitioning from school and studying law to build confidence and embed core study and legal skills for career success.
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Learn the skills it takes to succeed as a law graduate with this essential text.
Letters to a Law Student, 5th edition, Global Edition by Nicholas J McBride, provides a thorough introductory guide to higher education and learning context for law studies. Voted in the top 6 books that future law students should read, it is an approachable and easy-to-follow guidebook. The text flows as a series of letters between a lecturer and aspiring student, divided into chronological parts from thinking about a law degree to preparing to study law, studying law, writing like a lawyer, and thinking about the future.
McBride adds practical advice throughout the book, supporting your transition from school to studying law as a first-year undergraduate. The 5th edition helps to build confidence and encourages the essential study and legal skills you will need to succeed. Packed with new and revised material, Letters to a law student remains a current and helpful reference.
This text is a great companion for general law modules on skills, legal system, jurisprudence and law, government, and society to keep you thinking critically, analysing and understanding the law.