Logic for law students (and perhaps even researchers and practitioners)

A post over at Faculty Lounge by Michelle Myer drew my attention to an excellent, amusing and highly informative little on-line book, An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments,  that could be a great resource for students (and others) struggling with the many different ways to structure an argument.

By Colin Picker

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