LPC Skeleton Arguments
Still not sure what a skeleton argument is?
A skeleton argument can be defined as the following:
“A skeleton argument is intended to identify both for the parties and the court those points which are, and those that are not, in issue, and the nature of the argument in relation to those points which are in issue. It is not a substitute for oral argument.”
This definition is not much help when trying to put together you own skeleton argument, whether it is as part of a piece of coursework or possible as part of an internal or external mooting competition, many universities are now adding a module for mooting to their courses which makes it all the more important that you know how to produce a skeleton argument.
Many law students struggle to prepare and research their skeleton argument, due to lack of experience in the area. This is where we can help, read on to find out how...
- A customised LPC skeleton argument
- A structural framework from which you can deliver your position
- Fully qualified law expert dedicated to helping your preparation
- Your skeleton argument is written as the structural framework upon which your advocacy is delivered
- A model answer that would stand out at any mooting contest
Your skeleton argument will cover, but not be limited to, the following points…
- A numbered list of points that you wish to address
- The points with be concise and relevant to the matter under discussion
- Each point with define and confine the area of dispute
- All items addressed with be referenced with the most up to date sources possible
- All authorities called up by the statements made in the argument and the reasons for their use within the argument
At Oxbridge Writers we have a team of law experts dedicated to helping law undergraduates with their skeleton argument preparation. All skeleton arguments prepared for our customers are 100% customised to your requirements, plagiarism free and fully referenced.