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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 3, No. 3
Spring 1995
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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Brutal Choices in Curricular Design ...
"Standardized" Assignment in First-Year Legal Writing
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Helen S. Shapo and Christina L. Kunz

Using Simplified Cases to Introduce Synthesis
(PDF document 3693K)
Thomas O. Patrick

Speaking for Myself ...

How To ...
Display Effectively in the Classroom: Critiquing the Tools
(PDF document 812K)
Spencer E. Clough and Mary G. Persyn

Our Question—Your Answers
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Frank G. Houdek

Book Review ...

Writing Tips ...
Sentence Structure and Sentence Sense: "And" Problems
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Edna Zwick Boris

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

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