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Bundle: Just Memos: Preparing for Practice, Sixth Edition with Connected Quizzing

Authors
  • Laurel Currie Oates
  • Anne Enquist
  • Jeremy Francis
Series / Aspen Bundle Series
Teaching Materials
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<p>The print textbook and Connected Quizzing bundle includes lifetime access to the online eBook and Connected Quizzing on Casebook Connect.  This ebook is equipped with useful features such as highlighting, annotation, and search capabilities.</p> This bundle contains:

Just Memos: Preparing for Practice, Sixth Edition
Laurel Oates, Anne Enquist, Jeremy Francis
ISBN: 9781543839593
Focusing on the process of writing both formal and less formal legal memos, Just Memos employs the same accessible approach that makes the authors’ flagship title, The Legal Writing Handbook, a perennial bestseller. Just Memos will help students transition from academic writing to legal writing with an introduction to the U.S. legal system, legal research, and legal analysis and reading.  In addition, this concise text walks students through the process of writing predictive memos, e-memos, and opinion letters.

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Connected Quizzing
ISBN: 9781543814491
Delivered through CasebookConnect.com, Connected Quizzing is an easy-to-use formative assessment tool that tests law students’ understanding and provides timely feedback to improve learning outcomes. Connected Quizzing requires a Professor Course Code to access the quizzes.

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About the authors
Laurel Currie Oates

Laurel Currie Oates is a professor of law at Seattle University School of Law and has been the director of Seattle University’s Legal Writing Program since 1984. With Professor Anne Enquist, Professor Oates has authored five books on legal writing: The Legal Writing Handbook, which is in its fifth edition, and Just Research, Just Memos, Just Briefs, and Just Writing, which are in the fourth edition. Professor Oates has also authored numerous law review articles, including articles on legal reading, writing to learn, the transfer of learning, and the outsourcing of legal work. Professor Oates is also one of the co-founders of both the Legal Writing Institute and APPEAL, an organization that provides opportunities for academics in Africa and the United States to share ideas about helping students, lawyers, advocates, and judges improve their writing. During the last five years, Professor Oates has worked in Uganda, South Africa, Kenya, Afghanistan, and India, providing workshops on effective writing. &In June 2007, Professor Oates received the Burton Award for Outstanding Contributions to Legal Writing Education at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., and this year she received the Marjorie Rombauer award from the Association of Legal Writing Directors. & &

Anne M. Enquist

Professor Enquist has been a member of the legal writing faculty and the Writing Advisor at Seattle University School of Law since 1980. She serves as the Director of Seattle University#39;s nationally ranked legal writing program. As the Writing Advisor, she works one-on-one with law students on their legal writing. She is the co-author of five books and the author of numerous articles about legal writing. She has served on the national Board of Directors for the Legal Writing Institute, and in 2007, she received the American Association of Law School#39;s Legal Writing Section Award. In 2014 she received the William Burton Award for Legal Writing Education. Her research and scholarly interests concern all areas of legal writing, particularly diagnosing student writing ability, critiquing law students#39; writing, and writing issues that affect ESL law students.

Jeremy Francis
Michigan State University

Professor Jeremy Francis is Clinical Professor of Law and Writing Specialist at Michigan State University College of Law. He works in tandem with MSU Law's Research, Writing & Analysis instructors to reinforce first-year students' grammar and punctuation skills and to teach students the conventions of legal style. His workshops, optional seminars, and one-on-one instruction sessions help prepare students to pass a required proficiency test by the end of their first year. Professor Francis taught prospective English teachers through Michigan State University's Teacher Education and English departments before joining the MSU College of Law in 2006. He received his Ph.D. in Critical Studies in the Teaching of English from MSU in 2007 and an M.A. in Education from the University of Denver in 2003. Professor Francis won the Legal Writing Institute's Deborah Hecht Memorial Writing Contest Award in 2010 for his article "Finding Your Voice While Learning to Dance" and again in 2014 for his article "The Silent Scream: How Soon Can Students Let Us Know They Are Struggling?" The award is given every other year to the legal writing specialist who publishes the best article or essay on the topics of effectiveness, clarity, and writing style.

Product Information
Edition
Sixth Edition
Publication date
2023-08-21
Copyright Year
2022
Pages
346
Connected eBook Print + Digital Bundle
9798889068341
Digital Bundle
9798889068358
Subject
Legal Research , Legal Writing
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