Friday, March 7, 2008

top 10 downloads in SSRN Legal Writing Journal

Top10 What's hot? Check out the top 10 papers (in numbers of downloads) for the SSRN eLibrary Journal of Legal Writing (covering the period from January 2, 1997 to March 7, 2008)

  1. Ruggero Aldisert, Stephen Clowney, & Jeremy Peterson, Logic for Law Students: How to Think Like a Lawyer (2139 downloads)
  2. Thom Brooks, Publishing Advice for Graduate Students (1902 downloads)
  3. Leah M. Christensen, Legal Reading and Success in Law School: An Empirical Study (704 downloads)
  4. Sarah E. Ricks & Jane L. Istvan, Effective Brief Writing Despite High Volume Practice: Ten Misconceptions that Result in Bad Briefs (693 downloads)
  5. Leah M. Christensen & Julie A. Oseid, Navigating the Law Review Article Selection Process: An Empirical Study of Those With All the Power--Student Editors (689 downloads)
  6. Jethro K. Lieberman, Bad Writing: Some Thoughts on the Abuse of Scholarly Rhetoric (564 downloads)
  7. Anne M. Enquist, Unlocking the Secrets of Highly Successful Legal Writing Students (497 downloads)
  8. Lawrence B. Solum, Download It While It's Hot: Open Access and Legal Scholarship (485 downloads)
  9. Allen K. Rostron, Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals (474 downloads)
  10. Ian Gallacher, "Who are Those Guys?" The Results of a Survey Studying the Information Literacy of Incoming Law Students (457 downloads)


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