Saturday, October 14, 2006
Over at Prawfsblawg, they've started compiling references to the essential scholarly works that should be recommended to a new professor who wants to get up to speed in the field. Works cited so far include the following specific works and journals:
ABA Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs (Eric B. Easton et al., eds., 2d ed. 2006).
Terrill Pollman & Linda H. Edwards, Scholarship by Legal Writing Professors: New Voices in the Academy, 11 Leg. Writing 3 (2005).
Peter M. Tiersma, Legal Language (U. Chi. Press 1999).
Eugene Volokh, Academic Legal Writing
Bryan Garner (no specific books named)
Christine Hurt et al. Interactive Citation Workshop
Journals in general:
Journal of the Legal Writing Institute
Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors
This list is just getting started. No one has contributed research titles. What do you think should be added?