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How NOT to Write about Law: Legal Writing for Law School & Law Reviews

A thesis like this is very bad:

“this issue has it’s good points it has its bad points but in the end maybe it’s more this way than that”

What I (and your reader) are looking for is insightful powerful compelling ideas or at least concrete proposals, not unicorns and bubbles blahblah. For example, parsing a specific law, proposing a specific law, or analyzing a particular court case.

See: How to Write about Law: Legal Writing for Law School & Law Reviews: Eric Engle: 9781976703164: Amazon.com: Books

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