Saturday, September 5, 2020

5 Types of Legal Reasoning and Argument

Scott Fruehwald recently released a book to help law students "think like a lawyer".  A colleague of mine immediately got a copy and read it during a road trip in August.  She loved it and highly recommended it.  He posted a brief summary of legal reasoning on the legal skills blog in August if you want a preview of some of his thoughts.  You can read the post here.

I plan to read the book to see if it is a book to add to our collection.  I am always looking for new ways to reach students who need a little more help.

(Steven Foster)

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