Articles

Legal Writing: A History From The End Of The Civil War To 1930
by Jeffrey Jackson and David Cleveland

The History Of American Bar Association Standard 405(D): One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
by Melissa H. Weresh

Transitioning To A Collaborative Legal Writing Program: Management Principles To Apply When “Take Me To Your Leader” Is No Longer Applicable
by Jennifer Sheppard

“Liven Their Life Up Just A Little Bit”: Good Pacing Persuades Judges
by Julie A. Oseid

Call It An E-Convo: When An E-Memo Isn’t Really A Memo At All
by Jennifer Will

Help Wanted: An Empirical Study Of Law Hiring
by Peter Nemerovski

The Committed Legal Writer
by Deborah S. Gordon and Author Kait O’Donnell

 

Book Reviews

Identity: The Demand For Dignity And The Politics Of Resentment
by Francis Fukayama
Reviewed by Elizabeth Adamo Usman

A Short And Happy Guide To Legal Writing
by Deborah L. Borman (West Academic 2019)
Reviewed by Sarah J. Morath


 

Assistant Editors

Michael Oeser – Professor, Southern University Law Center

Monica Todd – Assistant Professor of Writing and Research, Western State College of Law

Rachel Wickenheiser, – J.D. LP3 Director & Adjunct Faculty, University of Delaware

Mary Matthews – Visiting Associate Professor of Law, Washburn University School of Law

Ann B. Ching – Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

Sara Ochs – Legal Method and Communication Fellow Elon University School of Law

Mark Kubisch – Assistant Professor of Legal Research and Writing Pepperdine University School of Law

Cecilia A. Silver – Assistant Professor of Legal Writing Brooklyn Law School

Whitney Werich Heard – Clinical Associate Professor University of Houston Law Center

Christine M. Tamer – UNT Dallas College of Law

Amy Widman – Assistant Clinical Professor of Law Rutgers Law School

Jessica Lefort – Clinical Assistant Professor of Law University of Michigan Law School

Irene Ten Cate – Clinical Assistant Professor Lawyering Skills & Strategies, University of Houston Law Center

Mona Houck – Professor of Practice, Washington & Lee University School of Law

Grace H. Barry – Associate Professor Professional Practice Director, Professional Practice and Legal Writing, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center

Jessica Hynes – Associate Professor of Legal Studies Co-Director, Academic Integrity Board Quinnipiac University

Anna “Annie” Scardulla, Esq. – Advocacy Fellow LSU Law Advocacy Programs, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center