October 14, 2006
essential scholarship in legal research and writing
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:
Journals in general:
This list is just getting started. No one has contributed research titles. What do you think should be added?
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To the list of essential sources for scholarship on legal writing, I would add the Scribes Journal of Legal Writing. Volume 10, just out, contains a complete ten-year index. For information about Scribes, visit www.scribes.or
Posted by: Otto Stockmeyer | Oct 20, 2006 1:48:44 PM
I would add this to the list of journals: The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing. Volume 10, just out, contains a 10-year index.
Posted by: Otto Stockmeyer | Oct 21, 2006 8:09:23 AM