Writing the introduction and conclusion to answers to problem questions

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Avoid introductions that are so general that they could have been written in answer to ANY problem question. Such introductions do not answer the question set; they are unrelated to the specific issue raised. In particular, you should avoid beginning your answer with a general summary of the law. This kind of introduction should be […]

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