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Principles of French Law$
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John Bell, Sophie Boyron, and Simon Whittaker

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780199541393

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199541393.001.0001

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Bibliographical Guide and Legal Methods

Bibliographical Guide and Legal Methods

(p.516) (p.517) 13 Bibliographical Guide and Legal Methods
Principles of French Law

Sophie Boyron

Oxford University Press

This chapter provides some guidance to students dealing directly with French legal materials. Various French bibliographical sources are presented and their potential use explained. In order to help the student going to a French university, advice on methods of legal writing and on reading cases is also provided in this chapter. Bibliographical sources include textbooks, traités, casebooks, law reports, legislation, encyclopaedias, general journals, specialized reviews, Les mélanges, specialized books and research, legal databases, and CD-Roms. Meanwhile, legal methods include the two-part plan and reading and commenting on cases.

Keywords:   bibliographical sources, legal methods, French legal materials, two-part plan

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