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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 6, No. 2
Winter 1998
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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Confronting Inadvertent Plagiarism
(PDF document 2146K)
M. C. Mirow

Asking Questions
(PDF document 1000K)
Steven D. Jamar

Writing Tips ...
Fighting "Tippism"
(PDF document 1274K)
Stephen V. Armstrong and Timothy P. Terrell

"Here There Be Dragons": How to Do Research in an Area You Know Nothing About
(PDF document 1527K)
Peggy Roebuck Jarrett and Mary Whisner

The Legal Research Practicum: A Proposal for the Road Ahead
(PDF document 1743K)
Kennard R. Strutin and Wendy Scott

Our Question—Your Answers
(PDF document 1219K)
Frank Houdek

Teachable Moments ...
"What Is the Standard of Review?"
(PDF document 794K)
Kelly Kunsch

Brutal Choices in Curricular Design ...
Surviving Sample Memos
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Helene S. Shapo and Mary S. Lawrence

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