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Study Skills and Strategy

•Read and Brief Cases •Actively Attend Every Class and Take Notes (Class Participation) •Review and modify Class Notes •Prepare Course Outlines
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Learning How To Synthesize

Synthesising is needed to construct all the information about an area law into a coherent framework to apply in decision making and analysis of the law. eg
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Critically Analysing the Judments I make

Outcome: Critically analysing and assessing the judgments I make during problem solving is necessary to understand my reasons for a decision, and how I can
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Integrating Non-Legal Aspects into Problem Solving Process

Outcome: Considering both legal and non-legal aspect in problem solving is essential for achieving decisions which lead to optimum outcomes for the client and
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Incorporatig Non-Legal Aspects in Decision Making

Outcome: Need to perceive and incorporate non-legal aspects into DM to achieve client centre advice, consider effects on client's interests, achieve best
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Using Social Judgment and Decision Making

Outcome: Social Judgment in decision making is used to give client centred advice, and consider the consequences of all legal strategies and remedies for the
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Problem Solving

Outcome: Problem solving is required to write exam answers, and give clients advice on how the law can aid them resolve their problems. Issue spotting involves
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Issue Spotting

An issue is something that two well informed creative lawyers would fight about ("legitimate point of controversy"). Resolving the issue requires knowing and
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Class Participation Skills v Exam Writing Skills

Class participation procedure involves more praphrasing and interpertation whereas Exam writing skills require more application, compare contrast, prediction.
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Types of understanding: Prediction

Some info in readings and class will help me Predict the outcome if certain arguments are put to a decision maker about a case, and how the law will develop or
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Types of understanding procedure: Compare and Contrast - Analogy

Compare and contrast procedure is used in resolution of word & phrases meaning ambiguity, distinguishing fact patterns, distinguishing reasoning arguments,
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Types of Understanding: Application

Procedure for application: - Apply stored information to new situations - Relate known conceptual categories to elements of new information - Break down new
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Types of Understanding: Paraphrasing

Procedure to paraphrase: - Restate or paraphrase a concept, argument, principle or rule in own words Example –State a case holding –Summarize the arguments
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Types of understanding procedure: Interpretation

Proceduure to Interpret: - Able to determine the meaning of unfamiliar or new statements related to principles, rules and policies studied - Interrogating the
heailngpder
Apr 21, 2006
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Understanding the Knowledge Learned

General Procedure for understanding knowledge: - Mental capacity to use information not just memorise it - Involves both comprehension and application -
heailngpder
Apr 20, 2006
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