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Writing A Master's Dissertation In Law: Helpful Techniques

Writing a masters law dissertation is a daunting task, and one you shouldn’t rush and recklessly jump into. Like an athlete preparing for a game, you too must prepare yourself for the task and make sure you are prepared. Whether it’s a sprint or a marathon, writing a law dissertation requires time, patience, commitment, and the right help.

Tips to help you write a good law dissertation

  1. Make sure you know what you’re going to write about, then find a more specific topic that hasn’t really been talked about.
  2. Pretty much collect as much as you can about the subject. Research as much as possible and make sure everything is organized. You don’t want to waste time looking for your materials.
  3. Make an outline of your dissertation. Structure it like a book or novel to better organize everything so you won’t waste time.
  4. Know your university’s format guidelines. Nothing is worse than having to resubmit because of format errors. It is very important before you even start writing to know what the guidelines are. Important things to note are the line spacing, font, font size, and paper.
  5. Start writing as early as possible to give yourself time to make changes and corrections. Remember practice is the key. Your first draft is not your final draft, and it shouldn’t be.
  6. Make sure your introduction sets the tone and pace. Your introduction is very important. Don’t just come out and say, “I’m going to talk about A, B, and C.” be a little mysterious. Make a suggestion. Make sure the person who is reading knows what you’re going to talk about but doesn’t know exactly what you’re going to talk about.
  7. What separates a good dissertation from an OK one is brave and bold? Don’t be afraid to debate, challenge, or touch a topic that hasn’t been touched on before. Take a stand voice your opinion, but make sure you have the facts and research to back them up.
  8. Be creative. No one likes to read something boring, or see something boring. Be creative spice things up a bit.
  9. Add a new topic related to your main topic to give added details.
  10. Make sure you have a conclusion. Everything in writing has an introduction, body, and a conclusion. To make it easier, beginning, middle, and an end.
    • A proper conclusion recaps everything you wrote in.
    • Don’t be afraid to write a powerful, moving conclusion. It is ok to challenge the views of, the public, the other academics, or other practitioners.
    • The conclusion shouldn’t raise any new arguments or thoughts you haven’t already written in your dissertation.
  11. Make sure you have a proper written Bibliography.
  12. Avoid Plagiarizing

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