The long-awaited third edition of the Legal Writing Sourcebook has just been published by the American Bar Association`s Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar Association. Following the update of the second edition, published in 2006, the Legal Writing Sourcebook will be essential reading for legal writing professors and program directors in the United States this summer. The purpose of the Sourcebook on Legal Writing program establishes the common parameters and characteristics that define successful programs to teach legal writing skills at law school and help improve the quality of legal writing programs across the country. The Sourcebook is the primary reference source for those who design, lead, and teach legal writing programs. www.amazon.com/Sourcebook-Writing-Programs-Easton-General/dp/1590315642/ Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs, second edition 2006 The members of the 2019-2020 Publications Committee are: Please fill out this form, we will try to answer you as soon as possible. The books are currently being added to the ABA`s inventory and are expected to go live on the ABA online store the week of May 1. Please copy and paste this embed script to where you want to embed it We are a sharing community. Please help us by downloading 1 new document or by downloading us: The book is so recent that the ABA website doesn`t even list it yet. It will be available soon, and just in time to answer the burning question: “What should I read this summer?” So if you need the ISBN to find and order the book, it`s 978-1-64105-080-7. Congratulations to my fellow editors and many thanks to the editors and members of the American Bar Association`s Legal Education and Bar Admissions Section Publications Committee. The book`s editor is Professor J. Lyn Entrikin (University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law) and Professor Mary Trevor (Mitchell Hamline School of Law) as a lecturer.
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