TREATISE ON THE STUDY OF LAW: CONTAINING DIRECTIONS TO STUDENTS, WRITTEN BY THOSE CELEBRATED LAWYERS, ORATORS AND STATESMEN. THE LORDS MANSFIELD,...
Item #: 59299
Pages: xxi, 148 pp.
Published: London; Harrison, Cluse & Co.; 1797. Reprinted in 2006.
Subjects: LEGAL EDUCATION, LEGAL PROFESSION
The writings of Sirs William Murray Mansfield, John DunningAshburton and Edward Thurlow, "celebrated lawyers, oratorsand statesmen" expound in a series of letters recommendingcourses of study, required reading and court attendance."In all other sciences and professions, there are able andexperienced tutors to direct the pupils in the pursuit ofsuch studies as are most suitable...to point out a readierway to attainment of legal knowledge, the following littletreatise is sent to the press; from a well groundedpersuasion, that no instructions can possibly come withgreater force, in any profession, than from the professorsthemselves, who have so preeminently succeeded in it; whomust, consequently from their knowledge and experience, bebest qualified to communicate the necessary assistance."
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