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#FresherFunda: Reading Judgments

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Knowing how to read judgments is an essential skill for a lawyer and, therefore, it’s important for a law student to pick it up. It can seem like a daunting task for a first year law student but the only way to do it is to have patience and keep at it. As these young law graduates will tell you, reading a judgment is not something that will come naturally, but it must be done!

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