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Gilbert Law Summaries: Legal Research, Writing & Analysis

  • Edition : 13th ed., 2019
  • Author(s) : Honigsberg, Ho
    • ISBN: 9781642426724
    • SKU: 40025
    • Condition: New
    • Format: Paperback

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    • ISBN: 9781642426724
    • SKU: 40025V
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Gilbert Law Summaries are America’s best selling law school outlines and have set the standard for excellence since they were introduced more than thirty-five years ago. It’s Gilbert’s unique combination of features that makes it the one study-aid you’ll turn to for all of your study needs! Walk into class prepared with a comprehensive outline of the law, a concise capsule summary perfect for a quick review before class, charts of every kind, a text correlation chart so that you can match your specific reading assignment to the relevant pages in the Gilbert outline, and an index and table of cases. Ace your final exams with a step-by-step approach to attack your exam, exam tips, and sample multiple choice, true-false, and essay questions.

This outline covers court systems, precedent, case reporting system (including regional and state reporters, headnotes and the West Key Number System, citations, and case finding), statutes, constitutions, and legislative history, and secondary sources (including treatises, law reviews, digests, and restatements). Also discussed are administrative agencies (including regulations, and looseleaf services), Shepard's Citations, computers in legal research, reading and understanding a case (including briefing a case), using legal source books, basic guidelines for legal writing, organizing your research, writing a memorandum of law, writing a brief, and writing an opinion or client letter.