Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 2013

Publication Source

Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing

Abstract

At a time when there are calls to make legal education more practical and less theoretical, this essay bucks the trend. This piece proposes that there is a need to include an appreciation for “academic” or “scholarly writing” alongside the “practical writing” taught in first-year legal writing classes.

Inclusive pages

35-37

Document Version

Published Version

Comments

This article originally appeared in Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing, published by Thomson Reuters. For more information please visit http://info.legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com/signup/newsletters/perspectives/.

Permission documentation on file.

Publisher

Thomson Reuters

Volume

22

Issue

1

Volume

22

Issue

1

Place of Publication

Toronto, Canada


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