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Integrating Non-Legal Aspects into Problem Solving Process

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  • heailngpder
    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
    Message 1 of 31 , Apr 21, 2006
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      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 other stakeholders.

      Procedure:

      - Person with good judgment is willing and able to exercise it after
      weighing and balancing the legal and non-legal consideration;
      - Once perceived, the more difficult task is to integrate those factors
      - Judgment involves decision not merely thinking
      - Some students (and lawyers) are exceptional issue-spotter but poor
      decision makers
    • heailngpder
      •Read and Brief Cases •Actively Attend Every Class and Take Notes (Class Participation) •Review and modify Class Notes •Prepare Course Outlines
      Message 31 of 31 , Apr 21, 2006
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        •Read and Brief Cases
        •Actively Attend Every Class and Take Notes (Class Participation)
        •Review and modify Class Notes
        •Prepare Course Outlines
        •Prepare Flow Charts
        •Know and Understand the Law (Memorize)
        •Practice Answering Hypotheticals in Writing (Practice Hypos/Exams)
        •Use Study Aids Effectively (Study Aids)
        •Use Study Groups/ Study Partner Effectively (Study Groups)
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