Sunday, May 24, 2009

newest issue of the LWI Journal

 The latest issue of the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute is hot off the presses.  Here's the contents:

Editor’s Note, Kristin B. Gerdy

In Memoriam, Stephanie Feldman Aleong, James B. Levy

Remembering Debbie Parker, Steve Johansen

Golden Pen Award Acceptance Remarks of the Honorable Ruggero J. Aldisert, Ruggero J. Aldisert

Untold Stories: Restoring Narrative to Pleading Practice, Elizabeth Fajans and Mary R. Falk

Voice, Self, and Persona in Legal Writing, J. Christopher Rideout

Introducing Persuasive Legal Argument Via The Letter from a Birmingham City Jail, Mark DeForrest

Learning Disabilities and the Americans with Disabilities Act: The Conundrum of Dyslexia and Time, Suzanne E. Rowe

Using Dowry Death Law to Teach Legal Writing in India, Marilyn R. Walter

Writing Across the Curriculum: Professional Communication and the Writing That Supports It, Andrea McArdle

Legal Storytelling: The Theory and the Practice—Reflective Writing Across the Curriculum
Nancy Levit

What Will I Do on Monday, and Why Aren’t We Doing It Already?: Reflecting on the Value of Expressive Writing in the Law School Curriculum, Carol McCrehan Parker

hat tip:  Kristin Gerdy


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