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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 6, No. 3
Spring 1998
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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Pulp Fiction and the Reason of Law
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Richard Haigh

Lessons from My First Year: Maintaining Perspective
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Herbert N. Ramy

"Feed-Forward" Tutorials, Not "Feedback" Reviews
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Mary Dunnewold

Teaching English Legal Research Using the Citation Method
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Laura J. Orr-Waters

Writing Tips ...
Much Ado About That ... Or Is It Which?
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Martha Faulk

How To ...

Brutal Choices in Curricular Design ...

Cardozo's Statement of Facts in Palsgraf, Revisited
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Louis J. Sirico Jr.

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

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