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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 12, No. 3
Spring 2004
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

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E-Grading: The Pros and Cons of Paperless Legal Writing Papers
(PDF document 148K)
Christina R. Heyde and Susan E. Provenzano

Writers' Toolbox ...

Print Shepard's Is Obsolete: Coming to Terms with What You Already Know
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Travis McDade and Phill Johnson

Our Question – Your Answers
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Judy Meadows and Kay Todd

Brutal Choices in Curricular Design ...
Voice of the Future: Audio Legal Briefs
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Christopher G. Wren

Teachable Moments for Teachers ...

Technology for Teaching ...

Writing Tips ...
The Subtlety of Rhythm
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Stephen V. Armstrong and Timothy P. Terrell

Legal Research and Writing Resources
Recent Publications
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Donald J. Dunn