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Letters to a Law Student 3rd edn: A guide to studying law at university Paperback – 28 Nov 2013
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Voted joint first in the top 6 books a future law student should read on The Guardian’s studying law website*
"An excellent text - essential reading for new and prospective law students"
- Nick Taylor, University of Leeds
“The writing is crystal-clear and free of technical jargon. An excellent reference for aspiring and current law students alike”.
- Dr. Alexander Williams, Durham University
“Accessible, accurate and practical. Engages directly with the issues that trouble law students”.
- Dr. Kate Harrington, Exeter University
Letters to a Law Student is the definitive guide to studying law at university. It is filled with advice to turn the potentially daunting task of studying law into an enjoyable and stimulating experience. Reading Letters to a Law Student will also help anyone considering studying law at university decide whether reading for a law degree is the right option for them.
Written in a lively and entertaining style, this book offers clear and helpful answers to your questions about studying law at every stage of taking, or thinking about taking a law degree, from: “should I study law at university?”, and “what do law students do?”; to “how can I get the best marks in exams?”, and “what can I do with a law degree?” - along with many more.
The Letters to a Law Student Companion Website provides additional support in finding out more about the study of law, using the Internet in your studies, and exploring the types of careers available in law.
Letters to a Law Student is essential reading for anyone who is doing, or thinking about doing, a law degree at university.
Nicholas J. McBride is a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge; he was formerly a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He is (with Roderick Bagshaw) the author of Tort Law, now in its fourth edition.
About the Author
Nick McBride is a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. He was formerly a Fellow of All souls College, Oxford. A specialist in areas of the common law (obligations) he is also director of undergraduate studies and a law librarian, equipping him with the ideal background for guiding students through their legal studies.
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I read this before beginning my law degree as a mature student so some of it about life on campus was not relevant for me, but there is still a huge amount of value in here and I'm sure I'll keep it throughout my studies to refer back to.
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