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Author Sanson, Michelle, author.

Title Connecting with law / Michelle Sanson, Thalia Anthony.

Published Docklands, Victoria : Oxford University Press, 2019.


Location Call No. Status
Edition Fourth edition.
Physical description xxxviii, 661 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references, glossary and index.
Contents 1. Learning Law: How can I Develop a Legal Mind? -- 2. Sources: What is the Law Itself? -- 3. Legal Institutions: How is Law Made? -- 4. Classifying and Practising Law: How Are Cases Resolved? -- 5. Research: How Do I Find the Law? -- 6. Communication: how do I engage with others about the law? -- 7. Jurisprudence: What is Law? -- 8. History: How did Australian Law Develop? -- 9. Australia: Where does Indigenous Law Fit in? -- 10. Precedent: How Do Judicial Decisions Become Law? -- 11. Statutory Interpretation: How do Courts Interpret Legislation? -- 12. The Profession: What Do Lawyers Do? -- 13. Law in Society: What Are the Problems and Remedies For Accessing Justice? -- 14. My Law Career: How Can I Best Prepare for It?
Summary This book introduces students to the foundations of law in a thought provoking way, challenging them to think critically, question ideas and connect with the law.
Other author Anthony, Thalia, author.
Subject Law -- Vocational guidance.
Law students -- Australia.
Law -- Australia.
Justice, Administration of -- Australia.
Indigenous peoples.
Law - Legal system.
Law - Legal theory and criticism.
Politics and Government - Social justice.
Occupations - Legal practitioners.
ISBN 9780190310844 (paperback)

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