Monthly Archives: April 2014

Searching for Clues in The Bluebook

By Ian Pisarcik, Legal Publications Attorney Editor I recently stumbled across Derrick Muller’s blog post, “Was Barack Obama’s Greatest Contribution to Legal Scholarship the Bluebook?” The post posits the following three facts: (1) Harvard Law Review members generally lead the … Continue reading

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Appellate Practice on the Web

In preparation for the upcoming release of the 2014 edition of Appeal and Review: Beyond the Basics, we decided to share a couple of blogs and websites related to appellate practice. We do not endorse any of the blogs or … Continue reading

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Is Your Writing Verbose and Redundant?

By Ian Pisarcik, Legal Publications Attorney Editor If you were to assemble together people from the general public, most would agree that lawyers are not very concise. Further, they would likely agree that the verbosity found in most legal texts … Continue reading

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