Sunday, November 23, 2008

Second Draft seeks articles on teaching reasoning, news

Editors of the Legal Writing Institute's newsletter, The Second Draft, are calling for submissions for the Fall 2009 issue. The theme of that issue is "Implicit Reasoning.” How do you teach your students to recognize implicit reasoning and to incorporate implicit reasoning into their analysis? And can you describe those techniques in a short article (not more than 650 words)?

The firm deadline for submitting an article is June 1, 2009. Submission guidelines and directions are available on the Second Draft page of the LWI website.

The newsletter also publishes announcements and other news of interest to the legal writing community, such as information about publications, presentations, promotions, or events from your department.  If you would like your news to appear in the Fall 2009 newsletter, please send it no later than June 1, 2009, to seconddraft@suffolk.edu.

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