Thursday, November 4, 2010

Legal Research and Writing Profs who read this blog - get a free copy of the essential reference book "Typography for Lawyers"

Joe Hodnicki of the Law Librarian Blog just clued me into this great offer for Legal Research and Writing Profs (only) who happen to read this blog.  During the month of November, you can get a free copy of "Typography for Lawyers" authored by Matthew Butterick and pressed by Jones McClure.  The catch, small as it may be, is that you must mention the "Legal Skills Prof Blog" (and be a bona fide LRW prof) to get the deal.  If you're interested (and who wouldn't be?), call the publisher at 800-626-6667 give them the "password."

As Joe says, Typography for Lawyers "is an essential companion to Garner’s usage manuals (who wrote the foreword), and rounds out a legal researcher’s reference tools."

To read more about why you need to add this to your quiver of reference books, click here for a detailed description and review courtesy of the Law Librarian Blog.

Did I mention it's free during the month of November?


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