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How to write an essay on law en New York

In a college legal studies course and some law school classes, you may be required to write a research essay that addresses a legal topic. These essays can be complicated because the law is constantly evolving. To ensure a good grade, your essay must be well researched and consistently argued or be ordered from With proper planning and research, you can write an excellent legal essay. Note: This article does not cover how to write essays for law school exams or bar exams, which require different techniques and strategies.

Read the essay slogan carefully. Your teacher will provide you with a slogan or set of instructions about the content of your essay and how it should be formatted. Your teacher may ask you to research and answer a specific question or give you the flexibility to choose your own subtopic within the general topic of the course.

- A narrower essay prompt might be "Discuss the evolution and impact of the evidence exclusion rule." A broad slogan could be "Discuss how a civil rights movement led to changes in federal or state law."
- If you are invited to choose your own topic, your teacher may require you to submit a written proposal or sketch to ensure that your chosen topic meets the guidelines. If you are not sure if your topic is within the parameters of the slogan, propose your topic to your teacher after class or during the hours she is in her office.

Read any required materials. Sometimes an essay slogan will require you to read and write about a certain book or set of materials. Before deciding on an essay topic, read any assigned materials and review your textbooks and class notes.

Brainstorm. Brainstorm. Each student prefers different methods of getting ideas. Try writing a list of ideas or creating an "idea map" by circling your topic in the center of a page and writing new questions, arguments, and data that branch off from the central topic.

- Hopefully, your course readings, lectures, and discussions have given you enough background knowledge to choose a topic. If not, review your class notes and explore online for additional background information.
- It's not uncommon to change your topic after doing a little research. You may end up narrowing down the questions your essay will answer or changing your topic altogether.

Choose an essay topic that is of interest to you. It will be easier to write about a topic that you care a lot about or that you are curious about than one that you don't have strong feelings about. You will be motivated to investigate the problem thoroughly and enjoy the writing process more.

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