I have just issued the second expanded edition of my book Think Like A Lawyer: Legal Reasoning for Law Students and Business Professionals. Because I am self-publishing this version, I have cut the price from $59.95 to $35.00.
This book helps law students and lawyers develop their legal reasoning and problem-solving skills through self-correcting exercises. This type of self-guided active learning is especially important now when so much of the fall semester will be taught on line.
"This book’s purpose is to better prepare law students and lawyers for the practice of law by providing them with a firm foundation in legal reasoning, showing them how to apply legal reasoning skills to facts, and teaching them legal problem solving. I will do this by focusing explicitly on the different types of legal reasoning and the types of miniskills needed to develop the different types of legal reasoning.
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