|November 02, 2010||Win the Legal Essay Battle with Your Essay Conclusion||no comments|
The ending portion of law essays is very important. It will give a very high impact because it will leave a mark in the examiner’s mind as it is the final portion. Well written essays diminish in value because their conclusion is not given the right amount of emphasis.
A good conclusion summarises whole essay by consolidating the issues raised in the earlier parts. New matters or those that are discussed in the body of the essay should not be included in the conclusion. Being concise and focused are the hallmarks of an effective conclusion.
The conclusion should be able to address the specific question of the essay topic. In this manner, you are able to show the examiner that you have fully answered the question. The conclusion should represent the full answer embodied in the whole essay. If for example the essay question calls for an analysis, give a sufficient analysis in the body of your essay and make the conclusion present a summary of the analysis.
Widely asked questions in law essays include:
1. Questions that call for students to analyse a judge’s comments. The essay as an answer will be an analysis which comprises your opinion on what are the effects of the judge’s comments on existing law as shaped by prior rulings, whether new legislation or guidance from the attorney-general have been brought about by the judge’s comments; whether the judge made law interpretation lapses and the implications and context of the judge’s comments in general.
Thus, the essay conclusion should be a sufficient summary of the analysis.
2. Questions that ask students to concur or object to a particular comment of a certain academic.
You should come up with your decision by discussing a range of issues which will facilitate your decision-making and in the process give support to his decision and show how you reached your conclusion.
The conclusion for this kind of essay must state your concurrence or objection or both and the corresponding assertions enumerated as main ideas.
In conclusion of this article, law essays concluding portion or plainly conclusion, is very important because it is a summary of the whole essay which includes the student’s answer to the essay question and a condensed version of his answer’s support which has the ability to leave an impression to the examiner.