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Studying Scots Law

By: Hector MacQueen
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Published: 23-04-2015
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Edition: 4th
Extent: 268
ISBN: 9781780434100
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
RRP: £29.99
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About Studying Scots Law

Studying Scots Law provides a highly readable account of the educational and training requirements for entry into the Scottish legal profession and provides essential information on law courses throughout Scotland as well as giving useful advice on study skills. Studying Scots Law provides law students with an invaluable source of reference throughout their studies.

Contents includes:
The Scottish Legal System - the law in Scotland;
The Scottish Legal Profession;
Entering the Profession - Courses;
The university stage;
Alternatives to the law degree;
The Diploma in Legal Practice;
Professional Training;
Continuing legal education;
Studying;
Lectures, tutorials and seminars;
Private study;
Researching the law;
Essays and examinations;
Homily and epilogue;
Appendices.

Table Of Contents

Part I THE SCOTTISH LEGAL SYSTEM:
1 The Law in Scotland;
2 The Scottish Legal Profession;
Part II ENTERING THE PROFESSION:
3 Courses;
4 The University Stage;
5 Alternatives to the Law Degree;
6 The Diploma in Professional Legal Practice;
7 Professional Training;
8 Continuing Legal Education;
Part III STUDYING:
9 Lectures, Tutorials and Seminars;
10 Private Study;
11 Researching the Law;
12 Essays and Examinations;
13 Homily and Epilogue.

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