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Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Vol. 18, No. 1
Fall 2009
Perspectives - Teaching Legal Research and Writing

In This Issue
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Brutal Choices in Curricular Design ...

Multitasking and Legal Writing
(PDF document 143KB)
Anne Enquist

Teachable Moments ...
Intro to Plagiarism
(PDF document 157KB)
Jane Scott

E-Mail Etiquette in the Business World
(PDF document 150KB)
Tracy Turner

Writing Tips ...
Why Is It So Hard to Front-Load?
(PDF document 130KB)
Stephen V. Armstrong and Timothy P. Terrell

An Annotated Bibliography on Law Teaching
(PDF document 172KB)
Mary Olszewska and Thomas E. Baker

Legal Research and Writing Resources ...
Recent Publications
(PDF document 155KB)
Barbara Bintliff

Index to Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing
Volumes 1-17 (1992-2009) (PDF document 454KB)
Mary A. Hotchkiss

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