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Legal Analysis and Writing: An Active-Learning Approach, First Edition

Authors
  • Danielle M. Shelton
  • Karen L. Wallace
  • Melissa H. Weresh
Series / Aspen Coursebook Series
Teaching Materials
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Description

Learning to write like a lawyer requires more than passive reading and listening to lectures; it requires active learning. Legal Analysis and Writing: An Active-Learning Approachdemystifies the process of analyzing a fact pattern and translating that analysis into succinct and objective writing. This book’s scaffolded approach emphasizes an incremental presentation of the best practices of legal writing while offering a wide variety of features to help rising lawyers master the form and function of the documents they will compose in practice.

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • Study guide questions for each chapter to help students focus their reading
  • Detailed explanations throughout the book, allowing students to understand the writing process
  • Check-in exercises enabling students to test their understanding
  • Plentiful writing examples to provide students with models for good writing
  • Templates, worksheets, and checklists to help students analyze the law and assess their writing
  • A detailed glossary to help students master key terminology
  • In-class application exercises, quizzes, and more
  • Support for flipped classroom and/or team-based learning models of instruction
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Product Information
Edition
First Edition
Publication date
2020-09-15
Pages
530
Paperback
9781543813067
Subject
Legal Writing
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