The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing, Volume 20
Click on the title of the article to access the full-text.
Table of Contents
From the Editor
Robert E. Bacharach
Should Legal Writing Be Woke?
John G. Browning
Nielsen v. Preap, the Futility of Strict Textualism, and the Case for Universalism in Judging
Investigative Advocacy: The Mechanics of Muckraking
Shall We Proceed? Ebbs, Flows, and Futility in the Debate over Words of Authority
A Letter to New (and Old) Lawyers: Why You Need to Write Well and How to Do It
Daniel R. Karon
Six Usage Mistake Common in Legal Writing and Why They Matter
Will I Ever See the Day When Lawyers Write Without Clichés?
Raymond P. Ward
No More Gappy Typesetting, Please
Efficient Advocacy in a Skeptical World
Elephant in the Room
Notes on Contributors
To receive The Journal in print, become a member of Scribes or order a copy from HeinOnline through this email address: email@example.com.