The third volume of the Monograph Series, Teaching Legal Writing: Theory, includes articles addressing various theoretical approaches to teaching legal analysis, research, and writing. It includes representative foundational articles, which remain critically important for understanding the development of legal writing as a field. The articles are presented chronologically to facilitate the reader's understanding of the growth and development of the field.
Susan DeJarnatt (Temple)
Linda Berger (UNLV)
Michelle Brown Cue (DePaul)
Elizabeth Fajans (Brooklyn)
Cassandra Hill (Thurgood Marshall)
Steve Johansen (Lewis and Clark)
Alison Julien (Marquette)
Mehmet Konar-Steenberg (William Mitchell)
Kathleen Elliott Vinson (Suffolk)
The theory and practice of law have been separated in legal education to their detriment since the turn of the...
As teachers of a specialized kind of writing, legal writing professionals sometimes forget that others not only teach writing, but...
The dialogue over the role of narrative in the making and interpreting of law and in legal practice is often...