Monograph Series

LWI's Monograph Series collects and reprints foundational articles on specific subjects, such as legal communication and technology, that are important to the teaching and study of professional legal writing. 

Scroll down to meet the Monograph Series' Editorial Board and find a Table of Contents and links to individual articles within each volume (uploads in process; thank you for your patience).

Monograph Series Editorial Board

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    Andrew Carter

    Board Member
    Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
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    Brenda Gibson

    Board Member
    Wake Forest University School of Law
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    Cecilia Silver

    Board Member
    Brooklyn Law School
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    Irene Ten Cate

    Board Member
    University of Houston Law Center
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    Jake Carpenter

    Managing Editor
    Marquette University Law School
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    Joan Rocklin

    Board Member
    University of Oregon School of Law
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    Karen Sneddon

    Board Member
    Mercer University School of Law
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    Katherine Vukadin

    Board Member
    South Texas College of Law Houston
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    Lara Freed

    Board Member
    Cornell Law School
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    Ruth Anne Robbins

    Board Member
    Rutgers Law School
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    Samantha Moppett

    Board Member
    Suffolk University Law School

Monograph Articles by Volume

To find and download individual articles, click on the links below. 

 
Volume 1 <strong>Critiquing</strong>

Daniel L. Barnett

“Form Ever Follows Function”: Using Technology to Improve Feedback on Student Writing in Law School

Triage in the Trenches of the Legal Writing Course: The Theory and Methodology of Analytical Critique

Mary Beth Beazley

The Self-Graded Draft: Teaching Students to Revise Using Guided Self-Critique

Linda L. Berger

A Reflective Rhetorical Model: The Legal Writing Teacher as Reader and Writer

Applying New Rhetoric to Legal Discourse: The Ebb and Flow of Reader and Writer, Text and Context

Kirsten K. Davis

Building Credibility in the Margins: An Ethos-Based Perspective for Commenting on Student Papers

Designing and Using Peer Review in a First-Year Legal Research and Writing Course

Anne Enquist

Critiquing and Evaluating Law Students' Writing: Advice from Thirty-Five Experts

Critiquing Law Students' Writing: What the Students Say Is Effective

Jane Kent Gionfriddo

The “Reasonable Zone of Right Answers”: Analytical Feedback on Student Writing

Jane Kent Gionfriddo, Daniel L. Barnett and E. Joan Blum

A Methodology for Mentoring Writing in Law Practice: Using Textual Clues to Provide Effective and Efficient Feedback

Jessie C. Grearson

From Editor to Mentor: Considering the Effect of Your Commenting Style

Mary Kate Kearney and Mary Beth Beazley

Teaching Students How to "Think Like Lawyers": Integrating Socratic Method with the Writing Process

Richard K. Neumann, Jr.

A Preliminary Inquiry into the Art of Critique

Robin S. Wellford-Slocum

The Law School Student-Faculty Conference: Towards a Transformative Learning Experience