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Brilliant book for anyone thinking of doing/already doing law!,
This review is from: Letters to a Law Student: A Guide to Studying Law at University (Paperback)
I found this book really useful as an insight into what a Law degree would entail, and when I begin my law course this year I am certain that I will refer to it during my study too. Some great advice on preparing yourself for a Law degree, from choosing your univeristies, to reccomending books for you to read, and then how to organise your study once at university. I have bought most of the books that are reccomended in this books and they have also proven very useful in opening my mind and teaching me more about society. This book is so good that after origionally getting it from my local library, I went out and bought it so that I could keep it to refer back to as I progress in my Law career!
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Initial post: 20 Sep 2010 05:49:17 BDT
John Jarvis says:
I just wish to note one point about the books McBride recommends. He tends to recommend books on politics and philosophy from a notably conservative perspective. It would be worth the while of any student relying on McBride to look at some books that take a more liberal perspective, if only to get a balanced and diverse range of views.
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