5 steps to write case study on Law within a day Sep 06, 2012
Law is the study of the constitutions of a country. It explains the way a country should be governed. The study of law explores the edits, constitutional rights, legislative rights and judicial rights of the people. Law gives people a sense of belonging.
Writing a case study
on Law is a little different from a case study on other disciplines. A law case study needs an express knowledge about Law as a subject. The student of Law needs to know much about the constitutions governing the country. Interpretation of the constitution should come naturally as long as the student studies diligently. Knowledge about the judiciary is also a prerequisite.
Armed with your deep knowledge about Law, it is possible to write your Law case study within a day. Just follow these simple steps.
Read ahead of time. Spend your time researching for quality books written by authority figures in the field of Law. If you happen to have a sudden task for a case study, this knowledge so acquired will prove to be invaluable. Assuming you are suddenly required to present a case study within 24 hours, the best thing to do in this case will be to bring out your already kept law notes. This may not be the best time to start delving into huge Law volumes. Look for those little notes you have always kept in class and read widely from them. This activity should last for 3 hours.
HOLD GROUP DISCUSSIONS
Holding of group discussions will benefit you immensely at this period. There is nothing more encouraging than having like minds solve a puzzle. Discuss the case study in your group. Find out what the case problem is. Take notes while this is going on. Ask questions on how to go about solving the case problem. Remember that this group discussion should be a quick one. There is no point wasting the whole day on group discussions if you don't achieve your aim of writing you case study within one day. Your group discussion should take about 2 hours.
DO A QUICK NET SEARCH
Don't have time for an interview? No problem. You can always compensate for this by doing a quick search on the internet. What you are looking for here are similar interviews or papers that are written on similar case studies. Remember you are not looking for a written work to plagiarize; do this to your detriment. You may have to search all day without finding a similar case study. You tube is a good place to look for video interviews that will always come in handy. Once you have an interview you can rely on, you can now begin to write your paper. Your internet search should not last more than 1-2 hours.
WRITE YOUR CASE STUDY
As far as case study goes, the writing part is the easy part. Gather all your material together and compose your paper. Do not forget to have your thesis, introduction, overview, synopsis, discussion and bibliography in place. It is assumed you already know what these terms mean. Writing your paper from this point onwards shouldn't take you more than 5-6 hours of dedicated time. back to all posts