This book is ideal for students preparing for law entrance exams like Common Law Admission Test [CLAT], NLU Delhi [AILET], Symbiosis [SET] exams and other law entrance exams. The book has been prepared on the basis of the current syllabus and pattern of CLAT and other law school entrance exams.
Explains the concept of Legal Aptitude in CLAT and other law entrance exams from the examiner's point of view.
Step by step analysis to tackle each question with illustrative examples to interpret the applicable principles.
Detailed chapters and practice questions on Criminal Law, Tort Law, Constitutional Law and Law of Contracts.
Includes Legal Maxims, Legal Terms and Landmark Cases.
Previous years' solved question papers of CLAT, AILET and SET alongwith detailed explanations of the answers are also given in the book.
In-depth strategies, questions and exam pattern information for more realistic practice.
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Part A Introducing Legal Aptitude 1. The Broad Concept of Legal Aptitude in All Entrance Examinations 2. What Does a First Time Entrance Test Taker Need 3. Entrance Examinations and Their Patterns
Part B Legal Reasoning 4. How is Legal Reasoning Different 5. What Sort of a Mindset is Required 6. The Logic Followed While Drafting the Questions by the CLAT Paper Makers 7. How do the Questions Work. 8. List of Steps to be Specifically Followed While Answering Each Question 9. Understanding the word “Law” 10. The Functional Set-up of Criminal Laws 11. The Functional Set-up of Constitutional Law 12. The Functional Set-up of Tort Law 13. The Functional Set-up of Contract Law 14. Questions for Exercises 15. Previous Years’ Papers 16. Answer Keys
Part C Maxim s, Cases and Terms 17. Essential Maxims 18. Glossary of Terms 19. Cases 20. Checklist