Introduction to law and legal skills introduces LLB students to legal history and basic frameworks and concepts in a graduated, applied and engaging way. The core focus of this text is its innovative educational and learning-developed approach, which helps teach students how to think as lawyers. Knowledge of theory and concept is reinforced through applied, practical exercises which support comprehension. This integrated approach furthers understanding to build and develop independent academic skills. In particular, the text encourages the development of language skills, critical and independent thinking, and legal research skills.
Written by: Tracy Humby, Louis J. Kotze, Anel du Plessis, Willemien du Plessis; Jaco Barnard Naude, Warren Freedman, Jacques Mahler-Coetzee, Christine Bronkhorst, Adrian Bellengere, Neels Swanepoel
Published by: Oxford University Press Southern Africa