Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Slogging through a stack of final papers, every legal writing professor fantasizes about better ways to mechanize the process of giving law students feedback on their writing. But no matter how many macros you create or how good you get at using specialized electronic software, critiquing student writing is a lot of work. Rachel Toor over at the Chronicle reminds us why, and why this work is so important.
hat tip: John Edwards