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How Would You Rule? By Daniel Park

Posted by Library Blog on 02/02/2017 at 09:06 AM

 

Are you interested in legal puzzles? Do you want to train your brain to think more like a lawyer or a judge? If so, you should check out this new book in the library! 
How Would You Rule? Legal Puzzles, Brainteasers, and Dilemmas from the Law’s Strangest Cases by Daniel Park

 

Are you interested in legal puzzles? Do you want to train your brain to think more like a lawyer or a judge? If so, you should check out this new book in the library! 

How Would You Rule? Legal Puzzles, Brainteasers, and Dilemmas from the Law’s Strangest CasesHow Would You Rule? Legal Puzzles, Brainteasers, and Dilemmas from the Law’s Strangest Cases by Daniel Park gives readers an introduction to the law by looking at strange (but true!) cases.

Park starts each chapter off by describing the facts of these unique cases before asking the ultimate question: “How would you rule?” After this prompt, the real-life fate of the case is revealed, along with further reflections on the case and questions for you to consider.

While you can read the reasoning of lawyers and judges through case law, the best way to learn law is by practicing it. This book can help you sharpen your own intuition by actively thinking about what’s right and what’s wrong and why.

The book can be found in the library’s lending collection at KF385.A4 P36 2016.