"Good legal reasoning impresses because it is convincing." This has to be learned and applied already at university. Professor Möllers' textbook "Juristische Methodenlehre" (Legal Methodology), which is already in its second edition, offers more than 100 argumentation figures to justify legal decisions.
In an interview with C.H.-Beck Verlag, the author provides some important initial insights. Legal decisions must always be well reasoned. This is already an important topic at university, be that in term papers and seminar papers as well as in examinations. But how can the justification of legal decisions be trained?