Legal Writing

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Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers, 2008 - Law - 314 pages
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From Richard K. Neumann, Jr., and Sheila Simon -- both widely
known for their creative contributions to the Legal Writing field -- comes this
new, streamlined text for the basic legal writing course. It takes a
student-friendly approach and provides concise but complete explanations of
writing skills. and it is supplemented by a dynamic and unique website with
many additional teaching tools.
This concise, basic text for legal writing courses features:
succinct explanations that don't sacrifice coverage
step-by-step guidance through the process of writing
manageably short chapters focused on essential skills
improved explanation of the CREAC formula (also known as the paradigm)
innovative and vivid coverage of how to use storytelling in fact statements
coverage of office memos, motion memos, and appellate briefs
checklists and exercises throughout
Classes using Richard K.Neumann Jr. and Sheila Simon's Legal
Writing will have access to a unique and dynamic website with a wide range
of features, including:
many of Sheila Simon's most creative and famous teaching tools
audio recordings of teachers and writers talking about the writing
printable checklists for rewriting
additional exercises
additional coverage on letter-writing, client interviewing,
punctuation, and more
Legal Writing represents a generous teaching package made up of a very
clear and concise textbook, a dynamic website, and a detailed Teacher's Manual.

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