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Sourcebook on Legal Writing Programs
Establishes the parameters and common features that define successful programs for teaching legal writing skills in law school and to help improve the quality of legal writing programs across the country.
Stress in Law Students: A Comparative Study of First-Year, Second-Year and Third-Year Students
(Connecticut Law Review, 2004)
This article starts from the premise that stress is not inherently bad, but that heightened levels of it in a definable population should lead to further inquiry. That further inquiry could reveal the specific stressors ...