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Case Briefs

These assignments require students to analyze a legal case and summarize the key facts, issues, and holdings of the case. Students may also be required to provide their own analysis or critique of the case.


Legal Memoranda

These assignments require students to write a legal memo that analyzes a legal issue, provides a summary of relevant case law and statutes, and makes recommendations for how the issue should be resolved.


Research Papers

These assignments require students to conduct extensive research on a legal topic and write a paper that presents their findings and analysis. The paper may include an introduction, literature review, analysis, and conclusion.



These assignments require students to answer a specific legal question or prompt and provide an argument that is supported by legal authority, such as cases and statutes.


Oral Presentations

These assignments may require students to deliver an oral presentation on a legal topic, such as arguing a legal case or presenting a research paper.

Moot Court

These assignments require students to argue a hypothetical case in front of a panel of judges, simulating a real court experience.

Comparative law

This involves analyzing the differences and similarities between the legal systems of different countries or regions.


International law

This includes topics such as international human rights law, international criminal law, and international environmental law.


Corporate law

This includes topics such as corporate governance, securities regulation, and mergers and acquisitions.

Intellectual property law: This includes topics such as patent law, trademark law, and copyright law.


Constitutional law

This includes topics such as constitutional rights, judicial review, and federalism.


Criminal law

This includes topics such as criminal procedure, sentencing, and the death penalty.


Environmental law

This includes topics such as environmental regulation, climate change law, and sustainability.


Human rights law

This includes topics such as freedom of expression, privacy, and discrimination.


This section should introduce the topic of the thesis, explain why it is important, and provide an overview of the research questions or hypotheses.

Literature Review

This section should provide a comprehensive review of the existing literature on the topic, including relevant legal cases, statutes, and academic research.


This section should describe the research methods and procedures that were used to conduct the study, including the sampling techniques, data collection methods, and data analysis techniques.



This section should present the findings of the study, including any statistical analyses or other data that were collected.



This section should interpret the results of the study, discuss the implications of the findings, and make recommendations for future research.



This section should summarize the main findings and contributions of the thesis, and discuss their broader implications for the legal field.

Empirical research dissertation

This type of dissertation involves conducting original research, usually through surveys or experiments, to explore a specific legal issue.


Theoretical dissertation

This type of dissertation focuses on exploring a particular legal theory or framework, and may involve analyzing legal cases or legislation to develop new theoretical insights.


Case study dissertation

This type of dissertation involves analyzing a specific legal case or set of cases to explore a broader legal issue or concept.


Comparative dissertation

This type of dissertation involves comparing and contrasting the legal systems or approaches of different countries or regions.


Historical dissertation

This type of dissertation involves analyzing the historical evolution of a particular legal concept or issue, and may involve researching legal cases or legislative history from the past.


Legal policy dissertation

This type of dissertation focuses on analyzing legal policy or legislation, and may involve making recommendations for changes or improvements to existing policies.


Interdisciplinary dissertation

This type of dissertation involves exploring a legal issue or concept from the perspective of other disciplines, such as economics, sociology, or psychology

Case citations

When citing a legal case, include the party names, year of the decision, and the court in which the case was decided. For example: Smith v Jones [2002] EWCA Civ 123.

Statute citations

When citing a statute, include the title of the act, the year of the act, and the section or subsection number. For example: Human Rights Act 1998, s 2.

Journal article

When citing a journal article, include the author's name, the title of the article, the year of publication, the journal name, the volume number and the page numbers. For example: John Smith, 'The Impact of Brexit on UK Employment Law' [2018] Industrial Law Journal 45.


When citing a book, include the author's name, the title of the book, the year of publication, and the publisher. For example: Peter Jones, Employment Law in the UK (Oxford University Press 2017).


Use footnotes to provide additional information or to cite sources. In OSCOLA style, footnotes should be numbered consecutively throughout the document and appear at the bottom of the page.


Include a bibliography at the end of the document listing all the sources cited in the text. The bibliography should be arranged in alphabetical order by author's last name.

Online sources

When citing online sources, include the author's name (if available), the title of the webpage or document, the date of publication or last update, the website name or publisher, and the URL. For example: John Smith, 'The Impact of Brexit on UK Employment Law' (Law Gazette, 12 February 2019) accessed 22 March 2019.

Understand the essay prompt

The first step in writing a law essay is to understand the prompt. Read the instructions carefully and identify the key requirements, such as the topic, word limit, and format.

Research the topic

Conduct research on the topic using reputable sources such as books, journals, and online databases. Take notes and organize the information to develop an outline for your essay.

Develop an outline

Organize your research and ideas into an outline that includes an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. The introduction should provide an overview of the topic and thesis statement. The body paragraphs should present your arguments and evidence, and the conclusion should summarize your main points and restate your thesis.

Write the essay

Use your outline as a guide and start writing the essay. Use clear and concise language, and support your arguments with evidence from your research. Remember to cite your sources properly and follow the referencing style required by your professor.


Revise and edit

Once you have finished writing, revise and edit your essay. Check for grammar and spelling errors, clarity, and coherence. Make sure that your arguments are logically structured and supported by evidence.



After revising and editing, proofread your essay carefully to ensure that there are no errors or typos. Read the essay aloud to identify any awkward phrasing or inconsistencies.


Finally, submit your essay on time, following any specific submission guidelines provided by your professor.

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