Legal Skills Prof Blog

Photo of Professor Harold Lloyd in the Professional Center Library in the Worrell Professional Center

Numerous academic blogs pick up Professor Harold Lloyd’s journal article on why legal writing is doctrinal

Professor Harold Lloyd’s forthcoming article, “Why Legal Writing is ‘Doctrinal’ and More Importantly Profound,” has been promptly blogged in at least three places: Paul Caron, “Why Legal Writing Is ‘Doctrinal’ and Profound,” TaxProf Blog (March 29, 2018);  Christine Corcos, “Lloyd on Why Legal Writing Is Doctrinal and More Importantly Profound,” Law & Humanities Blog (March 30, 2018); and Scott Fruehwald, “Why Legal Writing Is ‘Doctrinal’ and More Importantly Profound by Harold Anthony Lloyd,” Legal Skills Prof Blog, (April 2, 2018). The article will be published in Volume 19 of the Nevada Law Journal. Nevada has the No. 1 legal writing program in the U.S. as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.

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Photo of Professor Liz McCurry Johnson, Legal Reference Librarian at Wake Forest School of Law

Liz McCurry Johnson’s paper on teaching legal research, writing listed on SSRN’s Top Ten downloads, featured on Legal Skills Prof Blog

Liz McCurry Johnson, a reference librarian and member of the law school’s Legal Analysis, Writing and Research (LAWR) faculty, has a paper, ”A Case Study: Teaching Legal Research and Writing in a Fully Integrated Way,” which has been listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for the LSN: Education Research (Topic) and Legal Writing eJournal. It also caught the attention of the Legal Skills Prof Blog.

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