You Can't Please Everyone, So You'd Better Please Yourself: Directing (or Teaching in) a First-Year Legal Writing Program

Posted: 20 Mar 2007 Last revised: 9 Dec 2012

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Jan M. Levine

Duquesne University School of Law

Date Written: April 28, 2010

Abstract

This Article accompanies, and responds to another article in this symposium issue: Maureen Arrigo-Ward, How to Please Most of the People Most of the Time: Directing (or Teaching in) a First-Year Legal Writing Program, 29 VAL. U. L. REV. 557 (1995). The article focuses on the fundamental, yet often hidden, interrelationships of teacher status, program design, and staffing issues as it reviews Professor Arrigo-Ward's ideas and suggestions for legal writing directors.

Keywords: Legal writing, legal education, faculty, legal research and writing, teaching

JEL Classification: K00

Suggested Citation

Levine, Jan M., You Can't Please Everyone, So You'd Better Please Yourself: Directing (or Teaching in) a First-Year Legal Writing Program (April 28, 2010). Valparaiso University Law Review, Vol. 29, p. 611, 1995, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=969811

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