A knowledge of the American and English legal systems is important for law students in Romania. The Introduction to the Handbook Provides year English and American legal systems and the Means to Develop the language skills and Analytical Which form essential part of the legal year study. Therefore, the double purpose of this handbook is: 1.to Provide factual knowledge by exploring the legal texts in Part I, Some newspaper articles on Certain Crimes, in Part II and Part III Some literary texts, and, 2.to Develop Analytical skills and the Necessary language for students of English law specifically addresses TO WHOM IT.
Information is given on advanced grammatical Areas on Which ARISE from texts and vocabulary (word formation and use of legal vocabulary). Exercises focus on reading, writing and study skills with Some work on oral functions. In writing this handbook I took into account the Requirements Laid Down in the Analytical Program for the second year students at-law Spiru Haret University School of Law and Public Administration.
The handbook comprises seven units Each year dealing with individual subject. The broad subject-matter is broken down of Each Unit into Three shares to Provide a Structured approach to the subject.
The factual content, in part I, is presented through authentic texts extracts from, in the Reading Section, Which is comprehension questions and exercises FOLLOWED BY included in the Practice Section. Part and insert Some general features of the American and English law and legal systems Which Will Provide the Following background to the topics. This part is a set of exercises FOLLOWED BY are meant to brush up students' English grammar.
Part II is Concerned with exploration newspaper. Newspaper articles on Crimes Can Be the Starting Point for discussion of current Crimes, for the analysis of various styles of writing, or as the basis of exercises in comprehension. The Advantages of Using Newspapers Lie in Their topicality and Variety, and in the fact That Newspapers have read in most homes, whereas books is NOT. I have Been Able to include articles from the newspaper together with the complete sequence of letters Which the Subsequent editions FOLLOWED. All of the material used in Many Ways Could Be, most obviously, perhaps, as the Starting point for discussions on Crimes. However, I have particularly tried to select articles and letters Whose main interest lies in: a) the conceptual thinking involved, b) the Manner of expression and technique of Persuasion, c) the quality of reasoning and argument. This part Provides Thorough coverage of the various kinds of writing and speaking Needed by students at intermediate level. Each unit Gives Students the Opportunity to write full-length compositions and structures Using Which they have Been practising skills.
Part III deals with short stories as a medium used for jurisprudential debate. I have six detectives Chosen Taking into account the short stories Following criteria: to have a legal message, in order to Be Short To Be Read Quickly, to have unexpected endings in order to take you by surprise, to stimulate imagination and the desire for reading more.
I hope my effort to have this That handbook will be published and successfully used by Fully appreciated students who really take interest in English for Law year.