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  • Author:
    Kristen E. Murray,Jessica L. Clark
  • ISBN:
    1594606633
  • ISBN13:
    978-1594606632
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    Carolina Academic Press (January 1, 2010)
  • Pages:
    218 pages
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    Legal Education
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I strongly recommend Clark and Murray’s SCHOLARLY WRITING to law students and the faculty who mentor them. I can say-without reservation-that this book, and, more specifically, the method it espouses, has changed my life for the better. For more than a dozen years, I have supervised a large cadre of L. thesis candidates, while simultaneously serving as the faculty advisor to the leading journal in my field. Since our students began a structured instructional program employing this book (and, again, its methodology), our students have

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o SCHOLARLY WRITING: IDEAS, EXAMPLES, AND EXECUTION (Carolina Academic Press, 2009) (with J. Clark)

o SCHOLARLY WRITING: IDEAS, EXAMPLES, AND EXECUTION (Carolina Academic Press, 2009) (with J. Clark). o The A rt o f t he W riting C onference: L etting S tudents S et t he A genda W ithout C eding C ontrol, 17 P erspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 35 (2008) (with C. DeSanctis). o Using Technology to Teach to. Different Learning Styles, The Second Draft: The Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute, Vol. 22, No. 2 at 14 (Spring 2008)

The third section provides examples of thesis statements selected from a variety of scholarly papers. 3 Jessica L. Clark & Kristen E. Murray, Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution 213 (2d ed. 2012).

The third section provides examples of thesis statements selected from a variety of scholarly papers. 1 ∗. By Shelley Lambert, Marguerite McLamb, and Greg Malloy. Possible Approaches for Thesis Statements1. You can develop your thesis statement from a variety of approaches and angles.

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Most law schools now require upper-level students to write a sophisticated legal research paper on a topic of their choice. Scholarly Writing: Ideas, Examples, and Execution guides students through the process of constructing their legal research papers, from topic selection to finishing the final product. The book walks students through a five-step process for researching and writing scholarly papers and follows three published student papers from idea to final execution as a method of illustrating the principles advocated in the text. The book includes up-to-date information about legal research and organizational tools. It also includes ''bright ideas'' that supplement the text with ideas and examples for student writers. The text may be used as either a required text for a course in Scholarly Legal Writing or a companion guide for students working on scholarly legal writing projects independently.