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Bundle: The Handbook for the New Legal Writer, Third Edition and Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity, First Edition

  • Carolyn V. Williams
  • April G. Dawson 
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Print Bundle - This bundle includes both print and digital versions of ISBN 9781543807776 and a printed version of ISBN 9798889066941.

Digital Bundle - This bundle includes a digital-only version of ISBN 9781543844139 and a digital-only version of ISBN 9798889066958.


More about ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, Seventh Edition: Organizing legal citation into 40 thoroughly cogent and illustrated rules, the Guide is the ideal coursebook, supplement, or stand-alone reference for American legal citation. Students, law review staff, scholars, and practitioners can rely on the Guide 7E to provide precise citation rules for the full spectrum of legal sources, consistent with national standards. The clear explanations, examples, diagrams, and quick-reference tables in the Guide make teaching and researching legal citation efficient and stress-free for all.

Bundle also includes Artificial Intelligence and Academic Integrity, First Edition, which is Aspen’s concise primer intended to increase student awareness of the protocols, possibilities, and ethical implications of using AI systems in their legal education studies, while also giving professors assurance that their students are informed of the same.

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About the authors
Carolyn Williams
Associate Professor of Legal Writing
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

Carolyn V. Williams is an Associate Professor of Legal Writing at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, where she teaches legal writing, research, and advocacy courses. In law school, she was Editor-in-Chief of the iArizona State Law Journali. As a professor, she became the faculty advisor for the iJournali and mentored subsequent EICs. She is now an Article Editor of the iJournal of Appellate Practice and Processi, a faculty-edited law review that has used iALWD Guidei citation format since 2000. Carolyn is also a sought-after consultant who frequently teaches continuing legal education courses for those in the larger legal community, including lawyers in the Air Force, court staff, and law review editors. Carolyn holds positions in each of the national legal writing organizations, including ALWD, the Legal Writing Institute, and the Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research Section of AALS. Before joining academia, Carolyn spent eight years in big firm practice where she litigated a range of complex commercial and land use matters, including cases involving condemnation, data breach class actions, complex judgment collections, and shareholder disputes at the state and federal levels. Super Lawyers named her a Rising Star in 2016, an honor bestowed on no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in Arizona.

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