Friday, October 12, 2018

Charles Calleros to Receive 2019 AALS Section Award

Charles CallerosCharles Calleros, Professor and Alan A. Matheson Fellow in Law at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Charles has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Association of American Law Schools Section Award for the Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research. This prestigious award recognizes individuals who have made significant lifetime contributions to the field of legal research and writing. It has sometimes been referred to as the lifetime achievement award in legal writing. The award was created in 1995 and conferred for the first time at the 1996 AALS Annual Meeting.

As the award announcement notes, Charles is one of the legends of legal writing. More than 35 years after he started teaching at ASU, he remains actively engaged in teaching, scholarship, and service (not to mention being the drummer in a rhythm and blues band). From the publication of his first-generation legal writing text, Legal Method and Writing, now in its Calleros Flamenco Dancing8th edition, to his use of the flamenco guitar to illustrate teaching principles, Charles brings a distinctively thoughtful and engaging perspective to explain and illuminate difficult topics of legal communication.

Many legal writing professors have experienced his "dance lessons" at conferences such as the Global Legal Skills Conference in Verona, Italy. We are happy to share here some rare Charles Calleros flamenco and drumming photos that have not been seen before on his blog or on the legal writing listserve. The black and white photo (right) is of Charles Calleros flamenco dancing with the Lydia Torea Spanish Dance Company. The other dance photo is of Charles dancing "sometime in the 1980s."

Calleros Flamenco 1980sHis colleagues at ASU and across the country praise his warmth, generous spirit, and kindness; he “unfailingly models cheerful, nonjudgmental inclusiveness.” Charles has been a constant champion of diversity in legal education, and he has long been engaged with a variety of organizations that assist and embrace law students of color.

His work has taken place within the academy (e.g., AALS, LSAC, CLEO) and within the practicing bar (e.g., Hispanic National Bar Association). Charles’s significant lifetime contributions to the field of legal writing have greatly enriched law teaching and legal education.


The 2019 AALS Section award will be presented to Charles Calleros at the AALS Annual Meeting in New Orleans during the luncheon for the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research. That luncheon on Friday, January 4, 2019 from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. is a ticketed event. Tickets should be purchased when registering for the AALS Annual Meeting. We do not know if the luncheon will include live drumming or flamenco dancing on the table tops, but we'll be ready with a camera in case it happens.

Calleros Repeat-OffendersThe award recipient is selected from nominations submitted to the section. The AALS Section Awards Committee is co-chaired by Linda Berger and Rebekah Hanley and the members are Mary Algero, Annie Chan, Raúl Fernández-Calienes, Darby Dickerson, Deleith Gossett, Dana Hill, Jan Levine, Kathryn Mercer, Terry Pollman, and Ursula Weigold.

Here is the full list of winners of the AALS Section Award:

  • 1996 - Mary Lawrence (Oregon)
  • 1997 - Ralph Brill (Chicago-Kent)
  • 2002 - Helene Shapo (Northwestern)
  • 2003 - Laurel Currie Oates (Seattle)
  • 2005 - Marilyn Walter (Brooklyn)
  • 2006 - Terri LeClerq (Texas)
  • 2007 - Anne Enquist (Seattle)
  • 2008 - Eric Easton (Baltimore)
  • 2009 - Richard K. Neumann, Jr. (Hofstra)
  • 2010 - Joe Kimble (Thomas Cooley)
  • 2011 - Elizabeth Fajans (Brooklyn)
  • 2012 - Susan Brody (The John Marshall Law School-Chicago) and Mary Barnard Ray (Wisconsin) [two winners that year]
  • 2013 - Terrill Pollman (UNLV) and Jill Ramsfield (Hawaii) [two winners that year]
  • 2014 - Jan Levine (Duquesne)
  • 2015 - Mark E. Wojcik (The John Marshall Law School-Chicago)
  • 2016 - Suzanne Rowe (Oregon)
  • 2017 – Linda Berger (UNLV)
  • 2018 - Darby Dickerson (The John Marshall Law School-Chicago)
  • 2019 - Charles R. Calleros (Arizona State University)

Hat tip to Professor Suzanna Moran, Chair, AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 



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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Save the Date: Burton Awards 2019

Burton Awards Linda Edwards20th Annual Burton Awards

Monday, May 20, 2019

Burton Awards event begins: Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress 4:00p.m. prompt
Cocktail Reception: Great Hall of the Library of Congress, 6:00p.m.
Gala/Dinner: Great Hall, Atrium Level, 6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m​.

Event Venue: Library of Congress, Coolidge Auditorium and Great Hall.
City/State/Zip: 10 First Street, S.E., Washington, D.C.

The awards program recognizes major achievements in the law, ranging from literary awards to the greatest reform in law. The awards are selected by professors from Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, UC Berkeley School of Law, Stanford Law School, and Columbia Law School, among others. The members of the Honorary Board of Directors are Chief Judge Richard Posner (retired), Seventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals; U.S. Senator John Cornyn; U.S. Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr.; U.S. Senator Mike Crapo; U.S. Senator Michael F. Bennet; California Supreme Court Justice Carol Corrigan of California; Yabo Lin, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP; Jane Sullivan Roberts, Partner, Major, Lindsey & Africa; Lisa Rickard, President, U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform; Thomas L. Sager, Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP; Les Parrette, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Compliance Officer, Novelis Inc.; James M. Rishwain, Jr., Chairman Emeritus, Pillsbury Winthrop LLP; Betty Whelchel, Head of Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs, BNP Paribis SA; Stephen R. Mysliwiec, Partner, DLA Piper LLP (US); Leslie T. Thornton, Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, WGL Holdings, Inc. and Washington Gas; and Linda Klein, Immediate Past President, American Bar Association.


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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Marilyn Walter has died.

Walter_marilynMarilyn Walter, who directed Brooklyn Law School’s legal writing program for more than thirty years, died last Friday after a long battle with cancer.

Professor Walter's book, Writing and Analysis in the Law, is a widely used first-year legal writing text. She was also the co-author of the first edition of the Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs.  A leader in her field, Professor Walter was the recipient of the 2005 Association of American Law Schools' Legal Writing Section Award in recognition of her “pioneering leadership, extraordinary vision, and outstanding service.”

Marilyn was a former Chair of the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research, a member of the Board of the Legal Writing Institute, a member of the ABA’s Committee on Communication Skills, and an Editorial Committee member of the Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors. She was a frequent and popular a speaker on numerous panels at legal writing conferences.

Before she joined the faculty of Brooklyn Law School in 1980, she was a legal writing instructor at New York University Law School and a staff attorney at the National Employment Law Project. In spring 2008, she was a Visiting Professor at the University of Delhi Law School in India.

As her colleague Betsy Fajans noted, Marilyn was central in making the field of legal writing what it is today. She was also a mentor to dozens of people in the legal writing community. We extend our condolences to her family, colleagues, and former students. She will be missed.


October 10, 2018 | Permalink | Comments (0)

What's New at

There are some new enhancements to and some helpful search tips for searching federal legislation.  Click here to read more from In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Library of Congress.


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Friday, October 5, 2018

Happy International Teachers' Day!

Happy International Teachers' Day! (October 5)



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UMKC is Hiring

Job Announcement – Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor for International LL.M. and J.D. programs
The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law seeks applications for a Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor to start in Fall 2019. The critical courses to be covered are: Common Law, Legal Analysis and Writing, a three-credit hour required, writing-intensive, foundational course for international LL.M. students (this course is offered in both the Fall and Spring semesters); International Human Rights, a paper course for LL.M. and J.D. students offered in the Fall semester; Global Legal Systems (Comparative Law) in the Spring semester, and another course for which there is some flexibility. Needs include International Commercial Arbitration, Cross-Cultural Dispute Resolution, and possibly Introduction to American Legal Skills (interviewing, counseling and negotiation).
UMKC School of Law seeks faculty members with a strong commitment to educating lawyers for the twenty-first century, and those who will actively participate in our collegial, collaborative community. It is the urban law school of the University of Missouri System and is located on a beautiful landscaped campus in the Country Club Plaza area of Kansas City, Missouri, a vibrant metropolitan area of more than two million people. UMKC offers courses leading to J.D. or LL.M. degrees for approximately 400 students. 
UMKC is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that is fully committed to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without unlawful discrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information, call the Vice Chancellor – Human Resources at 816-235-1621. To request ADA accommodations, please call the Office of Affirmative Action at 816-235-1323.
Applicants must apply through the UMKC’s Human Resources website:
Inquiries may be sent to: Jeffrey E. Thomas, Associate Dean for International Programs, UMKC School of Law, 500 E. 52nd Street, Kansas City, MO 64110


October 5, 2018 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Underline or Italics?

Here's a tip from the Illinois Supreme Court Style Guide: Because underscoring has become the standard way to indicate a hyperlink to another document, it should not be used in lieu of italics.

  • NOT: Duffy v. Orlan Brook Condo. Owners’ Ass’n, 2012 IL App (1st) 113577 ¶36, 981 N.E.2d 1069, 1079 (Ill. App. Ct. 2012).
  • BUT THIS: Duffy v. Orlan Brook Condo. Owners’ Ass’n, 2012 IL App (1st) 113577 ¶36, 981 N.E.2d 1069, 1079 (Ill. App. Ct. 2012).




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Saturday, September 15, 2018

ABA Legal Skills Conference

The American Bar Association Governmental and Public Sector Lawyers Division will hold  a Legal Skills Conference on October 26, 2018 in Washington, D.C.


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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Deciphering Legal Abbreviations: The Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations

Here's a helpful tool to help you decipher unfamiliar or obscure abbreviations of legal reporters and journals.

The Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations allows you to search for the meaning of abbreviations for English language legal publications, from the British Isles, the Commonwealth and the United States, including those covering international and comparative law. Many major foreign language law publications are also included in the database.

The database mainly covers law reports and legal periodicals but some other legal publications are also included. The Index is under continuous development with new abbreviations and titles being added on a regular basis.

Click here to have a look.

Hat tip to the law librarians at Yale Law School.


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Friday, September 7, 2018

LWI One-Day Workshops

The Legal Writing Institute will again host one-day workshops around the country in late November and December. A list of locations and dates can be found by clicking here, with information on how to be a presenter.


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Michael Murray Joins the Writing Faculty at the University of Kentucky College of Law

Professor Michael D. Murray has joined the full-time legal research and writing faculty University of Kentucky College of Law in Lexington. He had been a Visiting Professor of Law at UK Law in 2016-2017, when he taught Legal Writing, Professional Responsibility, and Advanced Legal Research and Writing. 

Professor Murray graduated from Loyola College in Maryland and from Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He was a member of a national champion Jessup International Law Moot Court team at Columbia, and Notes Editor of the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law.  After law school, Mike clerked for U.S. District Judge John F. Nangle of the Eastern District of Missouri, who was then the Chair of the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation.  He also practiced commercial, intellectual property, and products liability litigation for seven years at Bryan Cave law firm in St. Louis. 

After leaving private practice, Professor Murray taught at the law schools of Saint Louis University, University of Illinois, Valparaiso University, University of Michigan, and University of Massachusetts, and internationally in Italy and the United Kingdom. He currently has published 27 books and numerous law review articles on advocacy, legal research and writing, rhetoric, copyright, art law, right of publicity, and other topics.


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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Finding Unpublished Decisions of the Illinois Appellate Court

Do you need to find unpublished decisions of the Illinois Appellate Court? The archives of the Louis L. Biro Law Library at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago contain the largest collection of unpublished Illinois Appellate Court Opinions available. John Marshall's collection spans nearly 350 legal-size volumes dating from about 1900 to 1975. Copies of unpublished decisions may also be found at the Cook County Law Library.


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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Emoticons and Emojis in Appellate Opinions

Professor Eric Goldman of Santa Clara University School of Law observed that as "emoticons and emojis play an increasingly important role in how we communicate with each other, they will increasingly raise legal issues." Eric Goldman, Surveying the Law of Emojis, Santa Clara University School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 8-17, at 5.

This week, a "smiley face" and the "pile of poo" emoji appeared in Emerson v. Dart, an opinion of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, The Seventh Circuit was quoting a Facebook post that used both the smiley face and the emoji. The Facebook post was written by a plaintiff who was attempting to dissuade employees of the Cook County Department of Corrections from assisting the County in its defense of the plaintiff's discrimination claim.

The Seventh Circuit opinion does not discuss the smiley face or the emoji. They are simply in a quote in the opinion. But their presence illustrates that lawyers and legal writing professors will have to start dealing with these new forms of communication that will raise issues as to their interpretation (and other legal issues flagged in Professor Goldman's article.

Hat tip to Aggie Baumert.



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Saturday, August 11, 2018

South Texas is Hiring

South Texas College of Law Houston invites applications from both experienced and entry-level faculty for two full-time, tenure-track Legal Research & Writing positions beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year.  All legal research and writing faculty positions at the law school are tenure-track or tenured.  The school seeks candidates with outstanding academic records who are committed to both excellence in teaching and sustained scholarly achievement.  Individuals whose backgrounds will contribute to the diversity of the faculty are encouraged to apply.


South Texas College of Law Houston provides a diverse body of students with the opportunity to obtain an exceptional legal education, preparing graduates to serve their community and the profession with distinction.  The school, located in downtown Houston, was founded in 1923 and is the oldest law school in Houston. South Texas is a private, nonprofit, independent law school, fully accredited by the American Bar Association and a member of the Association of American Law Schools, with 65 full-time and 37 adjunct professors serving a student body of 931 full and part-time students. 


South Texas is home to the most decorated advocacy program in the United States, which, alongside the LRW program, boasts countless best brief awards.  STCL Houston students benefit from six additional Centers of Excellence:  The Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution, The Harry L. Reed Oil and Gas Law Institute, the Institute for International Legal Practice and National Security, the Legal Research & Writing Program, The Randall O. Sorrels Legal Clinics, and the Transactional Practice Center. 


The LRW Program is committed to excellence in preparing students for practice. Its faculty members are also committed to being collegial and supportive of each other’s teaching, research, and service. The LRW Program leads the nation in students winning first-place Best Brief awards from the national Scribes competition.


Please submit your cover letter, CV, and contact information for professional references, and address your application to Professor Maxine Goodman, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee.  You may email your application to You may also apply through standard mail to Professor Maxine Goodman, South Texas College of Law Houston, 1303 San Jacinto Street, Houston, TX 77002-7006. The positions will be open until filled.


Hat tip to Prof. Amanda Harmon Cooley



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Saturday, August 4, 2018

Brandeis is Hiring

The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law invites applicants for a tenure-track position in the school's first-year legal analysis and writing course. The successful applicant will begin in July 2019. Contact Professor JoAnne Sweeney at the University of Louisville for more information.


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Friday, August 3, 2018

Do You Have Access to Free Legal Research on Casemaker or Fastcase?

Many state and local bar associations offer free legal research tools as a benefit of bar association membership. The two main companies offering their services through state and local bar associations are Fastcase and Casemaker.

Here's the list of jurisdictions of state and local bar associations that offer access to Casemaker:

  1. Alabama State Bar
  2. Alaska Bar Association
  3. Colorado Bar Association
  4. Connecticut Bar Association
  5. Idaho State Bar
  6. Hampden County Bar (MA)
  7. Indiana State Bar Association
  8. Kansas Bar Association
  9. Kentucky Bar Association
  10. Maine State Bar Association
  11. State Bar of Michigan
  12. Nebraska State Bar Association
  13. New Hampshire Bar Assocation
  14. New York City Bar Association
  15. Bar Association of Erie County (NY)
  16. Monroe County Bar Association (NY)
  17. Oneida County Bar Association (NY)
  18. State Bar Association of North Dakota
  19. Ohio State Bar Association
  20. Pennsylvania Bar Association
  21. Rhode Island Bar Association
  22. Santa Clara County Bar Association (CA)
  23. Schenectady County Bar (NY)
  24. State Bar of Texas
  25. Utah State Bar
  26. Vermont Bar Association
  27. Washington State Bar Association
  28. Wyoming State Bar

Here's the list of state, local, and specialty bar associations that offer access to Fastcase:

  1. Akron Bar Association
  2. Alameda County Bar Association
  3. Allegheny County Law Library
  4. American Immigration Lawyers Association
  5. State Bar of Arizona
  6. Arkansas Bar Association
  7. Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
  8. Columbus Bar Association
  9. Dayton Bar Association
  10. D.C. Bar
  11. Delaware State Bar Association
  12. Federal Circuit Bar Association
  13. The Florida Bar
  14. State Bar of Georgia
  15. Hamilton County Law Libary
  16. Hawaii State Bar Association
  17. Illinois State Bar Association
  18. Iowa State Bar Association
  19. Jenkins Law Library (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  20. Los Angeles County Law Library
  21. Louisiana State Bar Association
  22. Massachusetts Bar Association
  23. Maryland State Bar Association
  24. Minnesota State Bar Association
  25. The Mississippi Bar
  26. The Missouri Bar
  27. State Bar of Montana
  28. National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
  29. National Creditors Bar Association
  30. State Bar of Nevada
  31. New Jersey State Bar Association
  32. New York State Bar Association
  33. State Bar of New Mexico
  34. North Carolina Bar Association
  35. Oklahoma Bar Association
  36. Oregon State Bar
  37. Toledo Bar Association
  38. South Carolina Bar
  39. San Fernando Valley Bar Association
  40. State Bar of South Dakota
  41. Tennessee Bar Association
  42. State Bar of Texas
  43. Virginia State Bar
  44. Virgin Islands Bar Association
  45. West Virginia State Bar

If you're a member of one of the bar associations listed above, be sure to learn about the research resources available through Casemaker or Fastcase.



August 3, 2018 | Permalink | Comments (0)

Free Legal-Research Tools through the Law Library of Congress and Other Sources

ABA Standing Committee LLOC LogoThe American Bar Association Annual Meeting continues in Chicago with hundreds of meetings and programs. One of those programs is "How to LLOC Logo (Tree)Conduct FREE Legal Research Online," presented by Barbara Bavis, the Bibliographic and Research Instruction Librarian at the Law Library of Congress. The program was sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress. Here's some of the information that was shared during the two-hour program:

The Law Library of Congress is the world's largest law library. It was established by law in 1832 as a separate department of the Library of Congress to serve the legal research needs of all three branches of government. It is the largest law library in the world with more than 2.9 million volumes of federal, state, and foreign materials, including codes, constitutions, official gazettes, law journals, secondary sources, and other legal materials from 267 nations and jurisdictions. It includes research materials from countries that no longer exist as separate countries (such as Sikkim).

Barbara BavisThe Guide to Law Online is a legal portal with more than 9,000 links to annotated compilations of Internet links. It is organized by jurisdiction and topic and includes international, U.S., and state materials. It provides links to the full text of laws, regulations, and court decisions. There's also a link to the Indigenous Law Portal, which includes links to American Indian constitutions and legal materials.

Current Legal Topics is a resource with current international issues, in-depth legal commentary and comparisons of international and foreign laws, and extensive bibliographic resources.

The Global Legal Monitor provides worldwide legal news and is frequently updated. It may be searched by topic, country, keywords, author, date, and other terms.

In Custodia Legis is the blog for the Law Library of Congress. It publishes new posts on research guides, current legal trends, information about changes and additions to, significant international law developments, legal history, and "arcana" (inspired by rare items in the collection of the Law Library of Congress.

The program on cost-effective legal research also included information on free legislative and regulatory research, judicial opinions and citators, judicial records and briefs, and presidential documents. 

Photo: Barbara Bavis (Bibliographic and Research Instruction Librarian at the Law Library of Congress) and Professor Mark E. Wojcik (Incoming Chair of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Law Library of Congress).


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Thursday, August 2, 2018

The Power of Personal Narrative: The Role of Compelling Storytelling in Criminal and Civil Cases

Scribes-ABA CLE 2018The Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association includes several panels on legal research and writing. One such panel is “The Power of Personal Narrative: The Role of Compelling Storytelling in Criminal and Civil Cases.” The program was co-sponsored by The John Marshall Law School and Scribes--The American Society of Legal Writers.

Crafting a compelling narrative is a skill all attorneys should master. This panel featured English Professor Jill Patterson, a former Soros Justice Fellow who serves as the Case Storyteller for the Texas Regional Public Defenders Office for Capital Cases. Professor Patterson regularly works as a litigation team member, interviewing capital clients and helping the attorneys develop the client’s narrative and the themes for trial. She described techniques for developing powerful personal narratives for clients.

Her presentation was followed by attorney-filmmaker Doug Passon, who has pioneered the field of producing videos for sentencing hearings.

Pictured here (from left to right) are: Moderator Darby Dickerson, Dean and Professor at The John Marshall Law School and Past President if Scribes—The American Society of Legal Writers, Chicago, Illinois; Professor Jill Patterson, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas; Doug Passon, President and Creative Director, Doug Passon Law, Scottsdale, Arizona; Natalie Chan, Sidley Austin LLP, Chicago, Illinois; and Anthony Franze, Author and Counsel at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, Washington, D.C.


August 2, 2018 | Permalink | Comments (0)

The Art and Craft of Legal Writing: Advice from Master Writers

Scribes-ABA-CLE 2018 Panel 1The 2018 American Bar Association Annual Meeting in Chicago includes several programs on legal writing and research. One such program is "The Art and Craft of Legal Writing: Advice from Master Writers," held on Thursday, August 2, 2018 at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago as part of the ABA's "CLE in the City." The program was co-sponsored by The John Marshall Law School and Scribes--The American Society of Legal Writers.

Pictured here (from left to right) are: Professor Mark E. Wojcik (President of Scribes–The American Society of Legal Writers and Professor, The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois); Linda Coberly, (Managing Partner, Winston Strawn, Chicago, Illinois); Anthony Franze (Acclaimed Author and Counsel, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, Washington, D.C.); and panel moderator Paula Hudson Holderman (President of The John Marshall Law School Board of Trustees, Chicago, Illinois).

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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The Style Manual for the Supreme and Appellate Courts of Illinois

The Style Manual for the Supreme and Appellate Courts of Illinois (5th ed. 2017) is available by clicking here. It's well worth a look for any Illinois practitioner.



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