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Bundle: The Handbook for the New Legal Writer, Third Edition and Write.law Mechanics and Grammar

Authors
  • Jill Barton
  • Rachel H. Smith
Series / Aspen Bundle Series
Teaching Materials
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Print Bundle - This bundle includes both print and digital versions of ISBN 9781543858365 as well as an access code to Write.law - Mechanics and Grammar.

 

More about The Handbook for the New Legal Writer, the Third Edition, is the practical guide to the foundational skills that law students need. With concise and easy-to-follow instructions, a variety of annotated examples, and the clarifying concept of “anchors,” the Handbook is a student-centered text that engages and accompanies students throughout the first-year legal writing course, and beyond.

Write.law - Mechanics and Grammar features bite-sized videos and interactive practice that put students in the driver’s seat, developing their writing and research skills with real-life simulations and carefully designed assessments.

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About the authors
Jill Barton
Professor of Legal Writing and Lecturer in Law
University of Miami

Professor Barton is a former appellate judicial clerk and an award-winning journalist. She earned her bachelor of journalism magna cum laude from the University of Missouri and also studied at Oxford University#39;s Keble College, where she founded and co-edited Ox-Tales, a compilation of students#39; short stories. Professor Barton worked as a journalist for more than a decade, mostly for the Associated Press (AP) and other news organizations in Florida. As an AP correspondent, she regularly published news stories in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Miami Herald. She later received her M.S. in journalism from the University of Kansas, where she taught advanced reporting, and her J.D. summa cum laude from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In law school, Professor Barton received the West Publishing Award for Outstanding Scholarly Accomplishment and won the National Association of Women Lawyers student writing competition. She also served as managing editor of the UMKC Law Review and as a teaching assistant for the school#39;s legal writing program. Prior to joining the Miami Law faculty, Professor Barton clerked for Judge Leslie B. Rothenberg at Florida#39;s Third District Court of Appeal. Professor Barton is also the author of A Show Don#39;t Tell Lesson on Plan Language, 70 Clarity (2013).

Rachel H. Smith
Professor of Legal Writing and Lecturer in Law
University of Miami

Professor Smith completed her B.A. with honors at UC Santa Cruz and earned her J.D. at the UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) in 2002. During law school, she was awarded a NAPILVISTA Summer Fellowship to work at the Legal Aid Society of Columbus, Ohio and interned at Equal Rights Advocates in San Francisco, California. After graduation, Professor Smith worked at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Sullivan, LLP where she litigated a variety of complex cases in state and federal courts, primarily focusing on intellectual property disputes. In 2007, Professor Smith joined the Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing Faculty at Santa Clara University School of Law and was awarded the Legal Research and Writing Professor of the Year Award in 2008 and 2010. In 2009, she won an ALWD Teaching Grant for a legal writing podcast series entitled quot;Perk Up Your Pens.quot; She is the author of The Legal Writing Survival Guide (Carolina Academic Press 2012), which is a book that aims to help law students and lawyers solve common legal writing problems. Professor Smith has presented at national and regional legal writing conferences on issues relating to the use of technology to teach legal writing, the value of collaborating with other professors, and the need to inspire hope and positivity in the legal writing classroom. At Miami Law she teaches in the Legal Communications and Research Skills program.

Product Information
Edition
Third Edition
Publication date
2023-11-20
Copyright Year
2023
Pages
438
Connected eBook Print + Digital Bundle
9798892072670
Subject
Legal Writing
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