Nancy M. Burkoff

University of Pittsburgh - School of Law (Emeritus)

Assistant Professor of Legal Writing

3900 Forbes Ave.

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

United States

http://www.law.pitt.edu/people/nancy-m-burkoff

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Scholarly Papers (3)

1.

Understanding and Using Legal Rules

Legal Writing: A Contemporary Approach (Ann Sinsheimer, Teresa Kissane Brostoff, and Nancy M. Burkoff, eds., West Academic Publishing, 2014), U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2015-01
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 25 Jan 2015
Ann Sinsheimer, Teresa Brostoff and Nancy M. Burkoff
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law, University of Pittsburgh - School of Law and University of Pittsburgh - School of Law (Emeritus)
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legal writing, legal rules, brief writing, court rules, courts, legal analysis, rule synthesis, precedent, hierarchy of legal authority

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Mindful Lawyering

Chapter 15 in Legal Writing: A Contemporary Approach (Ann Sinsheimer, Teresa Kissane Brostoff, and Nancy M. Burkoff, eds., West Academic Publishing, 2014)
Number of pages: 5 Posted: 12 Feb 2016
Teresa Brostoff, Ann Sinsheimer and Nancy M. Burkoff
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law, University of Pittsburgh - School of Law and University of Pittsburgh - School of Law (Emeritus)
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mindfulness practice, stress reduction, wellbeing, law school, student success, legal profession, lawyers, meditation, self-awareness, self-management

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Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Based on Counsel's Alleged Fourth Amendment Failures

Search & Seizure Law Report, Vol. 30, p. 41, 2003, U. of Pittsburgh Legal Studies Research Paper
Number of pages: 8 Posted: 29 Oct 2008
John Burkoff and Nancy M. Burkoff
University of Pittsburgh - School of Law (Emeritus) and University of Pittsburgh - School of Law (Emeritus)
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right to counsel, ineffective assistance, sixth amendment, suppression motions, exclusionary rule