The Principles of Legal Method in New Zealand by Richard Scragg

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Principles of Legal Method in New Zealand provides a clear introduction to legal method. Working through the stages of theory, instruction and demonstration, with plenty of practice exercises throughout, the book offers the building blocks students need to understand the nature of common law and develop the skills of case analysis, statutory interpretation and reasoning by analogy.
 

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Published September 16, 2008 by OUP Australia and New Zealand. 158 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy.