Bibliographies are an essential resource for professors who engage in legal writing scholarship: they help the researcher get up to speed more efficiently, and they alert the writer to ground that has already been well covered by others. Following are a few particularly helpful bibliographies, including several that trace the history of legal writing scholarship and others that collect scholarly resources in specific topic areas.
A rhetorical history written for the 25th anniversary of LWI lists the early bibliographies: The Past, Presence, and Future of Legal Writing Scholarship: Rhetoric, Voice, and Community, 16 J. Legal Writing 521 (Linda L. Berger, Linda H. Edwards & Terrill Pollman) (2010). Among these are the following:
The law review submission process can be daunting. The LWI Committee on Scholarship Development and Outreach collected the following sources we hope will help. The first group of articles relates to the nuts and bolts of the submission process, while the second group relates more to the selection process. Finally, we've included some additional informational articles on writing. We hope these materials can aid in the process of pursuing your scholarly goals. Happy Writing!