- The What and How of Legal Writing
- Macro/Micro Organization...Using Marginalia
- Developing a Didactic Style...Using Internal Cueing
- Using Introductory "Set-Ups"
- Using Thesis Statements
- Using Writing Road Maps
- Using Headings and Subheadings
- Writing Good Paragraphs with Topic Sentences
- Using Transitions Effectively
- Dealing with Problems that Affect a Text's Readability--The Overuse (or the Inadvertent Use) of the Passive Voice
- Dealing with Problems of Sentence Length
- Dealing with "Left-Handed" Sentences
- Dealing with Faulty Parallelism
- The Functional Roles of Sentences
- A Quick Reference Guide to Make Page Numbers Line Up
- Some Helpful Texts for Law Students: A Book to Help Deal with Legalese and a Booklet to Help Deal with Law School Stress
- A Helpful New Text for Law Students: The New Edition of the AWLD Citation Manual is Released
- Some Helpful Texts for Law Students: Writing a Legal Memo and Pass the Bar!
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Legal Writing Tips - Thurgood Marshall School of Law
I've only read one or two of these thus far; both were helpful.