Friday, April 3, 2009

Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing - new issue out now.

Here's the index for Vol. 17, No. 2 (Winter 2009):

"Down with the Death Penalty!" — Using Hot Topics with a Twist to Introduce Persuasive Advocacy and Legal Ethics
by Kimberly D. Phillips


Teaching Tax and Other Tedious Topics
by John A. Bogdanski and Samuel A.Donaldson


Three Vignettes
by Richard K. Neumann Jr.


It's a Small World: Using the Classic Disney Ride to Teach Document Coherence
by Michael J. Higdon 


Teaching to Different Levels of Experience: What I Learned from Working with Experienced Writers from Different Fields

by Ann M. Piccard 


Teachable Moments -

How Do You Update with Code of Federal Regulations Using GPO Access?

by Patrick J. Charles


Brutal Choices in Curricular Design

"The Real World": Creating a Compelling Appellate Brief Assignment Based on a Real-World Case"
by Elizabeth L. Inglehart and Martha Kanter


Writing Tips . . .

What Attorneys Can Learn from Children's Literature, and Other Lessons in Style
by Benjamin R. Opipari 


Legal Research and Writing Resources:  Recent Publications

by Barbara Bintliff


In case you didn't already know, a complete index to all Perspectives issues is available here as well as subscription information.  Perspectives is available free of charge from Westlaw.


I am the scholarship dude.



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