Advanced Legal Writing: Theories and Strategies in Persuasive Writing

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Aspen Law & Business, Jan 1, 2002 - Law - 360 pages
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Advanced Legal Writing: Theories and Strategies in Persuasive Writing is exceptionally well suited for use in upper level Legal Writing courses that focus on strategy. the author's distinctive approach: emphasizes persuasive writing strategies and explores specific techniques for legal writers combines theory with practically by taking an interdisciplinary avoids a 'documents-based' approach going beyond the trial or appellate brief to identify effective strategies for a broad range of documents and settings follows a consistent format, offering for each writing strategy: explanation of its nature and characteristics an account of the theoretical principles which explain their effectiveness detailed, 'how-to' guidelines for students to use in their own writing numerous examples of proper use of the strategy and exercises consideration of ethical implications the book is divided into five main parts that cover: literacy allusion and its value in persuasive writing the three basic processes of persuasion: logic and rational argument, emotional argument, and establishing credibility rhetorical style persuasiave writing strategies based on psychology theory the moral implications of being an effective persuasive writer

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Contents

The Functions of Literary References in Persuasive
11
Literary References for Nonthematic
20
Literary References for Borrowed Eloquence
39
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Smith is Associate Professor of Law at Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law.

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