How to Write a Guide to Law

guide to law

Writing a guide to law is a challenging task. It requires a lot of research, understanding the topic and providing quality content in a short time. Besides this, it also requires a great deal of attention to details and proper citations. Those who have not done much legal writing before may find it difficult to come up with a good article. However, if you follow some basic tips and techniques while writing a legal article then it can become a publishable quality article.

Structuring Your Article

The structure of a legal article is similar to that of any other academic paper. It has an introduction, a body and a conclusion. You should also mention the name of the author in the introduction and give credit to any sources used in the article. This is known as ‘bluebooking’.

Legal articles should be clear and concise. Avoid using big legal jargons and only use them if they are necessary. Generally, the general public does not understand them and they can make the article difficult to read. Moreover, they should be accompanied by simple explanations.

This guide is intended to assist novices and professionals with international legal research. It includes a series of chapters that are divided by region and then further subdivided into resources by country and/or subject matter (e.g., human rights law, environmental law). All of the direct sources listed have been successfully tested, but the operational status of some sites changes regularly.

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