Tuesday, September 30, 2008

SSRN papers on legal writing

One good way to keep up with new scholarship in legal writing is to read this blog, as our "scholarship dude," Jim Levy, brings new publications to your attention. Recent examples are here (new publications on contract drafting and demand letters) and here (latest issues of J. ALWD).

Another good way to keep abreast of new writing in our field is to subscribe to the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) eJournal for legal writing (and of course, for you writers to post your articles there!).

You can view papers in the SSRN Legal Writing eJournal by visiting this link. Or you can have SSRN send the abstracts to your e-mail inbox; to subscribe, go here.



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