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Type: Journal article
Title: Structured problem-solving: against the 'step-by-step' method
Author: Taylor, G.
Citation: Deakin Law Review, 2014; 11(1):89-101
Publisher: Deakin University
Issue Date: 2014
ISSN: 1321-3660
1835-9264
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Greg Taylor
Abstract: Recently a German professor has advocated the adoption in this country of the German style of legal problem solving. Occasionally a German author attempts to civilise the common-law world using what is put forward as a more rational approach. But with such endeavours is usually associated a certain lack of self-critical reflection. In this instance an Australian author is able to draw on his studies in Germany to rectify the omission. He shows that the problem-solving method in question conveys a false picture of the nature of legal problem solving and of the law itself, while not possessing the advantages claimed for it.
Rights: © the author(s)
DOI: 10.21153/dlr2006vol11no1art228
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