The ABA has agreed to study the ALWD/LWI joint proposal that would eliminate Standard 405(d), which allows schools to use short-term contracts and limit governance rights for LRW faculty.
The Association of Legal Writing Directors and the Legal Writing Institute are proud to announce that Kristen K. Tiscione is the winner of the 2024 Thomas F. Blackwell Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Legal Writing!
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The Legal Writing Institute (LWI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving legal communication. We believe that effective legal communication is critical to the wellbeing of society, the judicial system, and the legal profession.
Each year, ALWD and LWI jointly sponsor a national survey of legal writing programs. The survey collects data on program design, curriculum, salary, workload, and status issues. Almost all law schools in the U.S. participate in these surveys.
Please visit the conference website for details about the conference: https://www.ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2023/7/15th-global-legal-skills-conference
We are excited to announce that the 15th Global Legal Skills Conference will take
Recording and materials from the live presentation are now available!! Register to receive access.
The Legal Writing Institute is pleased to follow our inaugural New
The Legal Writing Institute is pleased to invite all new teachers of legal writing to participate in our second New Teacher Training Bootcamp! “New” doesn’t
Applied Legal Storytelling (AppLS) examines the use of stories, storytelling, or narrative elements in law practice, legal education
LWI is sponsoring a new scholarship workshop, modeled after workshops held in other disciplines. Each Peer Scholarship Exchange (“PSX”) will bring together