The aim of this article is to describe a model for structuring analytical writing on ‘social’ and ‘legal’ topics. The model is designated by the acronym TCAGONARM. There is an emerging debate on what the various sub-cultures of people called ‘lawyers’ actually do, and whether they do anything different from other groups of workers (such as ‘managers’, ‘accountants’, or ‘professional advisers’). Nevertheless, it is clear that lawyers working in many diverse careers occasionally, regularly or frequently are asked as problem solvers and wordsmiths to write an analysis of current events with recommendations for changes.
"Writing Theses and Reports - An Acronym for Structure in the Wilderness: TCAGONARM,"
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