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The "Two Piles" Approach to Legal Research and Writing

David Hricik, a Professor of Law at Mercer University School of Law in Macon, Georgia, advocates a simple, two-step approach to legal research and writing: First, when reading the legally pertinent cases, focus first on the result the court reached, not what the court said or what the facts were, and...

Thinking Like a Writer: Effective Written Communication

To become a good legal writer, most of us have to go through two stages of intellectual growth. In law school we learned that what seems simple to non-lawyers is, in fact, complex. Then we learn that, to write well about the law, we must return to simplicity, which results from organizing complex information...

Enhance Your Shepard's Skills with Shepard's for Statutes

Respected for over a century as the premier citator tool, Shepard’s continues to find new ways to be an indispensable part of your research. New features include new enhancements for statutes and the Shepard’s Summary on statute reports. You’ll also learn about improved legislative...