The Law School Book
Succeeding at Law SchoolBook - 1996
This book should be essential reading for anyone beginning the study of law or for those considering application to law school. Professor Hutchinson explores both the theoretical underpinnings of the Canadian legal system and the practical demands on law students today with humour and perceptiveness. His aim is to "provide the reader with insights and tips on how to cope with the routines of law school life and succeed in becoming a good law student and an even better lawyer." As a basic orientation to law the book is accessible, thought-provoking and, at times, controversial. The Law School Book should be the first on the shelf of any aspiring lawyer.
Publisher: Concord, Ont. : Irwin Law, 1996.
Characteristics: 198 p. ;,23 cm.