Appellate Advocacy Blog

Editor: Tessa L. Dysart
The University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law

Tuesday, September 26, 2017



Sandwiched between Checkers Day and Comic Book Day, September 24 marks the all important holiday--National Punctuation Day.  For #TwitterTuesday today, we are featuring some great grammar twitter resources to ensure that your appellate briefs and the love notes that you might write today, Love Note Day, are free of grammar mistakes.

Mignon Fogarty (@GrammarGirl). Grammar Girl is one of my favorite grammar resources.  Her explanations are spot on and easy to understand.  Her twitter feed is great too (and current).  On Sunday, in the midst of the NFL protests, she tweeted on "kneeled" v. "knelt."

Grammarly (@Grammarly) is another great grammar and writing resource. Grammarly has a great website and offers a Chrome extension to help you spot grammar mistakes in your online writing.

Grammar Monkeys (@GrammarMonkeys). The news editors at The Wichita (Kansas) Eagle tweet about grammar and language tips at Grammar Monkeys. They also have some great retweets on new words and various spelling mistakes.

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