Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Ten Basic Skills for Law School and Legal Practice

In its “Skills Hour Series,” McGeorge Law School offers Legal Skills for Law School and Legal Practice, written by Professor Courtney Lee and Assistant Dean Tim Naccarato.

The ten skills are: 1. Critical thinking 2. Critical reading 3. Critical listening 4. Case briefing 5. Note taking 6. Outlining 7. Writing skills 8. Organizing for success    9. Maintaining balance   10. Collaborating & leading 

For full discussions of these skills, please click here.

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