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Perspectives

Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 10, No. 1
Fall 2001
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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WRITING TIPS ...
Sounding Like a Lawyer
(PDF document 32K)
Martha Faulk

Reading Out Loud in Class
(PDF document 32K)
Louis J. Sirico Jr.

How Many Cases Do I Need?
(PDF document 32K)
Mary Dunnewold

Be a Classroom Leader
(PDF document 32K)
James B. Levy

BRUTAL CHOICES IN CURRICULAR DESIGN ...
Why You Should Use a Course Web Page
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Joan Blum

TEACHABLE MOMENTS FOR TEACHERS ...
Tying It All Together
(PDF document 32K)
Brenda See

TEACHABLE MOMENTS FOR STUDENTS ...

Which Legal Research Text Is Right for You?
(PDF document 64K)
Joan Shear and Kelly Browne

LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING RESOURCES ...
Recent Publications
(PDF document 64K)
Donald J. Dunn

Cumulative Index for Volumes 1-9
(PDF document 160K)
Mary A. Hotchkiss