An explanation follows on how to use the voluminous booklet given to each student before each TD: "… It is not enough just to read the texts, it is also necessary to understand and analyze them in order to produce a dissertation or a shutdown card ".
Wow! Fifty pages to study before each TD! "Yes, recognizes the author, to become an accomplished lawyer, you must love reading."
But that's not all: we discover by following the step by step the specificity of the exercises facing students law: dissertation yes, but "legal" dissertation, stoppage, comment stop and practical case …
Legal methodology: your passport for L2
Studying the law, we understand, is therefore acquiring a very precise methodology , which must little by little train your mind to think like a jurist.
"The legal methodology is your passport for the L2," says Rémi Raher. According to him, a copy of exam poor in knowledge but showing a good legal methodology will always ensure the average. While a methodological deficit may lead you straight to repetition … What he explains in this video interview and also details on the blog juriswin.com entirely devoted to legal methodology.
Test gallops, revisions, partials
Concrete and realism. Rémi Raher does not hide his own difficulties and this is one of the interests of his column: he has lived many of the pangs and questions of the law student and does not hesitate to share his advice without seeking to "make prof "but thinking about the student who in the end has only one problem: get his L1, if possible without much pain.
There is also throughout the book several testimonials and advice given by other "old". So, if you wade into your law school, no more excuses, right?