Asking a question


  • Before asking any question, try using the search function at the top right hand corner of the window. As is often the case, your question may have already been asked and answered.</SPAN></SPAN>
  • When asking your question, please be polite and clear – a rambling thread is less likely to be answered. Furthermore, make the title of your thread clear and to the point. Threads with ambiguous titles like “Please help” and “I’m so screwed” are also less likely to get responses</SPAN></SPAN>
  • If you have a topic specific question, post it in the appropriate subforum. E.g. if you have a question about Divorce, ask it in the Family Law forum forum. </SPAN></SPAN>
  • The main forum space is for general inquiries on Legal Studies, such as questions related to study techniques.</SPAN></SPAN>
  • Only post a question in one thread, if you dont get a response, be patient and dont post it in other thread or bump your thread by pointless posting.
  • Remember, no one is here to do your work for you</SPAN>, we are simply here to give guidance such as whether your ideas are good/bad, right/wrong and if people feel nice they might also give some sites and responses to some questions.</SPAN></SPAN>

Responding to a question

  • When you answer a persons question, please try and keep your responses positive and constructive. The aim of the Legal Studies forum and the site in general is to give help people help where possible, not to attack them


  • Please refrain from posting CSSA, Independent or NEAP past trial papers. It is an infringement of copyright and any such posts/threads will be removed.</SPAN></SPAN>
  • I may at times move threads from the main Legal Studies forum into one of the subforums, in order to make the board more clean and tidy. So if your thread doesn’t appear where you created it, check the subforums.</SPAN></SPAN>
  • If you have any suggestions on how to improve the Legal Studies forums, please make a thread in contact moderators.</SPAN></SPAN>