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Clark and M. ), Pressing Problems in the Law: What are Law Schools for? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), 17 at 23. 13 For examples of powerful and sometimes personalised attacks on sociolegal work by doctrinalists, see the content and tone of reviews of the ﬁrst edition of Hugh Collins’ Introduction to the Law of Contract (1984) by Tony Weir, (1986) 45 Cambridge Law Journal 503 and – to a lesser extent – ‘The critique of Wheeler and Shaw’s Contract Law’ by Tettenborn in 54 Cambridge Law Journal (1995) 212, which attacked the approach, rather than the author personally.
E. academic research methodologies). Perhaps this resistance stems from the fact that, unlike most social science and humanities programmes, undergraduate law degrees rarely tackle the pros and cons of different research methodologies. However, once initial unfamiliarity and reluctance has been overcome, law students are more than able to address this important topic in an intelligent way that enhances both the quality and rigour of their work. In addition, this chapter suggests that dissertation students will inevitably have to apply their own interpretation of the meaning and purpose of ‘research’.
Reﬂect upon the comments in a considered manner and decide whether it is appropriate to incorporate the essence of the feedback into your work. Students sometimes seem unsure as to the exact meaning of their supervisor’s feedback and, in our experience, some comments do require translation! ’ The draft requires more in-depth and critical analysis of the issues and perhaps further research. ’ The student has engaged in a great deal of research, in the sense of gathering factual information. However, the work to date does not reveal any consideration or analysis of the issues raised by the research and, as a consequence, there is a lack of evaluation and little evidence of any depth of understanding.
A Cat in the Tree by Roderick Hunt, Alex Brychta