Tag Archives: legal writing

Electronic Access to Casebooks and the Bluebook

Updated: More Publishers Added! Given the Covid-19 emergency, publishers of law school casebooks and texts have agreed to make many casebooks available electronically to our students for free. The Law Library is working out the details of remote access with … Continue reading

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Students Ask and Staff Respond: Chicago-Kent 2019 Staff Team Excellence Award Winners

Congratulations to the Chicago-Kent Technology Instruction Team on winning the 2019 IIT Staff Team Excellence Award for “Innovative Contribution to Support Excellence in Teaching and Research”! Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian Emily Barney, Technology Training & Marketing Librarian Dawn Young, Director … Continue reading

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Free Money? A comprehensive list of student legal writing competitions

With prizes as high as $25,000, there is good money in student legal writing competitions (not to mention great experience).  Suffolk has compiled a list of current competitions by topic and due date. Are you interested in writing about tax law?  … Continue reading

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Better lawyering through creativity

Who knew – creativity can help you be a better lawyer! A recent column from the Lawyerist blog describes several reasons lawyers should be creative. The article also features a few exercises for practicing creativity. To be sure, strong legal … Continue reading

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