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21 May 2014, 11:22 am by Mary Whisner
Yesterday the four journals at UW Law and Prof. [read post]
12 Feb 2015, 10:05 am
No One Wants to Read Your Legal Writing, says Davis Law School Prof. [read post]
11 Jul 2016, 8:30 am by Bryce C. Newell
First of all, I want to ask about the place of books in legal academy - specifically, should junior (or aspiring) law profs seriously consider writing a book? [read post]
3 May 2010, 8:00 am by Tim Zinnecker
  He writes about the experience in four posts at the Legal Profession Blog here:Part IPart IIPart IIIPart IVI'll offer to post about my experiences on The Amazing Race if I can just convince another of my Lounge co-hosts to be my teammate and submit an application. [read post]
2 Apr 2010, 2:50 am by Paul Caron
Wagner, Associate Director of the University of Iowa College of Law Writing Resource Center, against the school and Dean (and Tax Prof) Carolyn Jones, claiming that she was twice rejected for a legal writing faculty position because of her conservative political... [read post]
24 Jan 2009, 9:00 am
Wagner, Associate Director of the University of Iowa College of Law Writing Resource Center, has filed a lawsuit against the school and its dean, Tax Prof Carolyn Jones, claiming that she was twice rejected for a legal writing... [read post]
25 Sep 2009, 12:07 pm
Each day usually brings at least one story highly relevant to legal writing profs. [read post]
26 Feb 2019, 11:35 am by Laura I Appleman
Primary responsibilities include teaching two courses per semester, most likely one section of Legal Research and Writing to first-year law students and one section of Applied Legal Analysis for first- and second-year law students. [read post]
22 Jun 2018, 3:46 pm by Laura I Appleman
Primary responsibilities include teaching two courses per semester, most likely one section of Legal Research and Writing to first-year law students and one section of Applied Legal Analysis for first- and second-year law students. [read post]
12 Jul 2009, 7:19 pm
By way of explanation for our loyal blog readers who are not legal writing profs, a couple of times each year - usually around grading season - a few LRW profs post haikus on the Legal Writing Institute listserv. [read post]
6 Sep 2019, 11:00 am by Scott Fruehwald
ABA Journal, Cooley Law School cuts tuition and seeks to close satellite campus Yvonne Dutton, Margaret Ryznar & Kayleigh Long (Indiana-Indianapolis), Assessing Asynchronous Online Learning in Law Schools: Students Say Online Classes Deliver Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills Prof Blog), The Importance of Revision in Legal Writing Scott Fruehwald (Legal Skills... [read post]
6 Jun 2007, 5:58 am
"Errors mar law prof's paper; Some students question how the legal writing director at FAMU's law school got her job": This article appears today in The St. [read post]
27 Jan 2011, 10:47 am by Laura Appleman
" The Green Bag 2010 Almanac and Reader of Exemplary Legal Writing Some great winners this year, including excerpts from Langbein, Lerner and Smith's  History of the Common Law,  Nina Totenberg's Martin Ginsburg's Legacy, and lots of writing and cartoons from the great Thomas Nash. [read post]
4 Jan 2010, 7:55 pm by Hani Sarji
A January 4, 2010 post on Legal Writing Prof Blog, Is blogging legal scholarship? [read post]
2 Sep 2013, 9:41 am by Legal Writing Prof
Over at Tax Prof Blog, Paul Caron has an interesting post on a study of the proportion of adjectives and adverbs in various types of academic writing. [read post]
3 Nov 2011, 10:51 pm by Michael Helfand
  But one of my colleagues (Trey Childress) encouraged me to write a paper for the annual symposium of the American Society of Law's International Legal Theory Interest Group. [read post]
30 Oct 2012, 2:27 am by Darryl Brown
Following up, tangentially, on earlier threads about the value of legal scholarship, I'll offer this speculation about forms of legal scholarship and law professor influence.  I'm spending a fair bit of time now reading English legal scholarship, and a little German, which reminds one of the distinctions in how law professors approach their work.  American law profs are notorious for long articles (but we write fewer… [read post]