For more than half a century, “Williams: Learning the Law” has been essential reading for every undergraduate law student in the common law world, providing a clear introduction to the methods and skills of the law. It explains the many skills students need to study effectively for a law degree, including case law techniques, interpreting statutes, undertaking legal research, taking part in mooting and mock trials, and preparing

for exams. It gives students the skills they need to undertake legal research for their course and carry forward in their future career. It introduces legal problems and describes how best to tackle them. It helps students understand the meaning of statutes and case law, and offers advice on study methods and exam preparation.

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