Writing A Proper Law Dissertation: Focusing On Structure
Not every court case involves world famous paralympians or fallen BBC stars. In fact, a great deal of court cases, if not most, are extremely boring. Meaning writing your law dissertation may not be an overly exciting experience. It will likely become a dull and tedious affair which will make you question why you ever chose to study law in the first place. While there is no easy way around writing your law dissertation, there are certain you can do to make it easier on yourself. In this article, we will be discussing why the importance of focusing on structure while writing your dissertation.
- Introduction -
- Writing a good introduction is tremendously important as it sets the standard for the rest of dissertation.
- Your introduction should focus on what you will be discussing in the main body of your essay. There is no need to write a long paragraph here, four or five lines will suffice.
- Methodology is similar to the introduction. Here, you should simply state what you hope to do and how you hope to do it.
- Many people who do not fully understand the importance of correct structure tend to do this in their introduction without even realizing it. You don't want to be one of them, they're jerks.
- In your findings section, you should talk about what you discovered while researching your chosen topic.
- You should also discuss how your findings affected you. Were you surprised with what you find or was it all as you expected?
- In your conclusion, you should discuss what you have gathered from your findings and what you can draw from them.
- You can also write about your opinion towards your chosen topic. Has your opinion changed since you began your dissertation? If so, why? If not, why not?
- The final section in your law dissertation should include a list of all the resources you used when researching and writing your paper.
- It is absolutely essential that you include this section in your dissertation. If you don't, you will probably be in trouble for plagiarism and face a possible expulsion.
And with that, you are one step closer to getting an A on your law dissertation. Now all that's left to do is spend countless hours painstakingly researching every little detail, spend days and nights writing your paper and wait anxiously for your result.