Skills for Law Students by Helen Carr, Sarah Carter & Kirsty Horsey is an innovative new online resource which covers all of the skills that law students need to understand and develop during the course of their law degree.
It is unique in its approach to the teaching of legal skills. It is an online resource with an accompanying textbook. This innovative approach encourages blended learning and supports flexible learning and self-directed study.
www.oxfordinteract.com/lawskills contains over 170 interactive activities which are designed to help students understand the topics better; to put the skills into practice; and to self-study and receive immediate feedback on their progress. There are over 50 video recordings throughout which will not only add more variety and interest to your learning; they will also enable you to see good and bad practice of some of the more practical skills (such as presentation skills and mooting). The video clips also show you current law students and legal practitioners reflecting on the skills they have developed and the skills which are key to their careers.
How to Moot: A Student Guide to Mooting 2e by John Snape and Gary Watt is essential reading for student mooters at all levels. Written by an author team with many years' experience of supporting students and judging at internal and national mooting competitions, you can be sure that this book contains everything you need to know about preparing for and participating in moots, plus numerous tips to help you stand out from the crowd.
"The novice mooter can become very knowledgeable about this game we call a moot by reading the book from cover to cover. The more experienced mooter (or tutor) can use the book as a valuable reference guide..." The Law Teacher
Legal Skills, third edition by Emily Finch & Stefan Fafinski encompasses all the academic and practical skills vital to a law degree in one manageable volume and includes a section on mooting.
It is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre that contains videos showing good and bad 'real life' moots in action to bring the subject to life for students.
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