Thinking like a lawyer is by far the best available introduction to legal reasoning of interest to law students and their teachers alike it should be enlightening to the general reader as well who will learn what for better and perhaps for worse distinguishes thinking like a lawyer from other approaches to analyzing social problems. Thinking like a lawyer a new introduction to legal reasoning frederick schauer p cm includes bibliographical references and index isbn 0 674 03270 5 alk paper 1 law methodology i title k212s325 2009 3401 dc22 2008035011. Thinking like a lawyer an introduction to legal reasoning by kenneth j vandevelde boulder westview press 1996 xii 236 bibliography 4 and index 12pp hardback gbp4850 paperback gbp1350 net isbn 0 8133 22033 0 hb 0 8133 2204 9 pb volume 55 issue 3 matthew kramer. This is chapter five of the second edition of thinking like a lawyer an introduction to legal reasoning which updates the first edition published in 1996 the goal of the book is to describe in a systematic and rigorous way the process by which lawyers use rules policies and facts to construct arguments about the rights and duties that . Both practical and sophisticated thinking like a lawyer avoids the pitfalls common to most books on legal reasoning it neither assumes too much legal knowledge nor condescends to its readers invaluable for law students and practicing lawyers the book will also effectively interpret legal thinking for lay readers seeking a better
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