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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 1, No. 2
January 1993
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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Analogization: Lost Art or Teachable Skill?
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Maureen J. Arrigo

Our Question—Your Answers
(PDF document 829K)
Frank Houdek

Writing Tips
(PDF document 718K)
Neil Daniel

Advanced Legal Research Courses: An Update
(PDF document 687K)
Penny A. Hazelton

Surveys on How Attorneys Do Legal Research
(PDF document 283K)
Penny A. Hazelton

Legal Research and Writing Resources:
Recent Publications
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Donald J. Dunn

Research Instruction Caucus: News and Views
(PDF document 1188K)
Ellen M. Callinan

ABA Legal Writing Committee
(PDF document 475K)
Jacqueline Allee

Practice Pointer: Looseleaf Services
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Marie Wallace

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