Safe spaces, if designed in a principled way, are just an application of that freedom.
Request a complimentary faculty review copy by calling Foundation Press at or e-mailing accountmanager westacademic. I think it's a must-have not just for 2L's gearing up for their student notes or 3L's scampering about in search of a seminar topic. I think it's a must-have for all law students, including--perhaps especiallyLs who are biting their nails over how to get started on their first memo assignment.
Sit there and force them to read it. Not only does the book describe how to write a paper worthy of publication and therefore, almost by definition worthy of an A in a seminar classbut it also describes how to get your paper published. Norm Garland, Southwestern School of Law: Everyone has been extremely grateful for the recommendation.
GreenLiberty University Law School: In an engaging, witty and lucid style, he provides student writers with practical advice at every stage -- from selecting a topic to negotiating editorial changes -- and also addresses fundamental ethical concerns.
Not only students but many of their professors would benefit from his savvy observations and advice. Michael Dorf, Columbia Law School: By providing astute advice on everything from soup to nuts, Volokh has performed a great service for his readers -- and for the lucky professors and editors that compose the audience for their written work.
His guide is lively, practical, and entirely unique. I highly recommend it. Heed it closely if you want to make the grade. He offers writers plain-spoken and practical but intelligent advice on how to find and test a topic, and research and write a great article or paper.
He also clearly guides the writer to undertake the difficult parts of writing like source-checking, use of proof and avoidance of plagiarism. His ability to distill knowledge from his own broad experience into reader-friendly, sound advice for law students makes Academic Legal Writing a great resource.
He provides detailed answers to the 'how,' 'when,' and 'why' questions with which new scholars struggle. Professor Volokh also is to be congratulated for the attention he pays to the ethics of academic writing, which is an important but often overlooked topic.This year-long seminar is designed for advanced law students who wish to develop and complete a full-length, high-quality legal article (or “comment”) of publishable quality in a collaborative setting (sometimes known as a “writing circle”).
May 03, · Professor Eugene Volokh (Ukrainian: Євген Володимирович Волох Yevhen Volodymyrovych Volokh, Russian: Евгений Владимирович Волох Yevgeniy Vladimirovich Volokh) is the Gary T. Schwartz Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law and an academic affiliate of the law firm Mayer Brown.
He publishes the blog "The Volokh Conspiracy" which he founded in /5. This may come as a surprise, but I'm a supporter of "safe spaces." I support safe spaces because I support freedom of association.
Safe spaces, if designed in a principled way, are just an application of that freedom. In short, I support people creating "safe spaces" as a shield by exercising their.
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CasebookPlus. Study Aids Digital Collection. Yesterday, Harold Koh, the Legal Adviser of the U.S. State Department, spoke at the U.S. Cyber Command Inter-Agency Legal Conference on the applicability of international law to cyberspace and, particularly, cyberwar/ cyberconflict.
Saturday, October 25, [David Bernstein, 10/25/ PM]Straw Man Criticism: Blogging, and being involved in public debates more generally, leaves one open to criticism, and sometimes the critics even turn out to be right.
But in a couple of recent instances, bloggers have criticized arguments I never made, setting me up as a libertarian strawman.