7 edition of Primer on the analysis and presentation of legal argument found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Bradley G. Clary.|
|LC Classifications||KF251 .C55 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||92155136|
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The purpose of Legal Argumentation and Evidence is to provide a new method. for analyzing the structure of legal reasoning used in arguing a case and evaluating. legal argumentation in general.
This book is intended to be of interest to. those who work in the legal profession, as well as to those who teach law, but. it is not a legal : Douglas Walton. A legal argument is merely an argument that uses at least one law as a reason in support of the conclusion.
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the Five Types of Legal Argument Chapter 24 Reasoning by Analogy Is the Bridge Between Formalism and Realism 1. From Formalism to Realism in the Gestational Surrogacy Cases 2.
Analogical Reasoning in the Evolution of Rules and Standards Chapter 25 Discovering a Court’s Judicial Philosophy and Your Own Philosophy of Life (excellent basic legal writing source; includes chapters on case briefing, clear writing, basic legal analysis, and exam-taking) Alan L.
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There are three layers in the course: (1) the “tools” of public policy analysis (microeconomics, empirical methods), (2) how to construct a public policy argument (the Eight Fold Path) and (3) policy topics. Learning Objectives: Students will gain sufficient insight to be able to evaluate claims that a problem is reasonably theFile Size: KB.Teaching Legal Analysis Using a Pluralistic Model of Law Wilson R.
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