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image of hand writingScholarly writing is a requirement of many seminar classes and law reviews.  This guide will help you prepare, organize, and write a scholarly paper in law school.

This guide does not cover other types of legal writing, such as memos, briefs, complaints, motions, or client letters.  For this type of writing, consult books under the KF240-KF251 call number range in Law Library Room A066.  You may also want to review the How to Treatises tab of the Briefs, Motions & Pleadings, Oral Arguments guide and the How-To Books tab of the Forms and Practice Materials guide.

See also these guides:


Books from Our Collection

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Academic Legal Writing - Eugene Volokh
Call Number: KF250 .V65 2010
This book is a great resource for writing seminar papers and journal notes.


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