The general organisation of answers to problem questions

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Heading 1 (a) Start with the facts. Read the problem carefully several times. Don’t skim read. You must have a precise understanding of the facts, since facts determine the relevance of any legal points you make later. Fact identification and organisation is an important legal skill. If it helps, draw a quick diagram to explain […]

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