STRUCTURE OF LEGAL ARGUMENT AND PROOF CASES, MATERIALS AND ANALYSES
Item #: 13016
Pages: xxvi, 459 pp.
Subjects: JURISPRUDENCE, LEGAL EDUCATION
Designed to give law students a foundation inmethods of critical analysis of legal argument and proof toimprove on their use of intuitive analysis. Organizedaround classic deductive and inductive argument, the textexplains legal reasoning by hypothesis, the syllogism,analogy and generalization. The text examines commonfallacies in reasoning, which must be understood if one isto have an adequate understanding of legal argument. Thebook introduces theories of proof used in trials andprovides methods for analyzing legal rules and abstractionsthat are essential to beginning legal studies. There aregrapic representations and cases that provide meaning foressential ideas such as relevance, weight and burden ofproof.
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