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Student Writing Competitions


Scholarly writing for law students : seminar papers, law review notes, and law review competition papers / by Fajans, Elizabeth.

Call Number: KF250 .F35 2005 c.1  PubDate:2005

Located: Law General Stacks, main & upper level arranged by call #

Academic legal writing : law review articles, student notes, seminar papers, and getting on law review / by Volokh, Eugene.

Call Number: KF250 .V6 2005 c.1  PubDate:2005

Located: Law General Stacks, main & upper level arranged by call #

Writing for decision makers : memos and reports with a competitive edge / by Holcombe, Marya W., 1944-

Call Number: HF5719 .H64  PubDate:1981

Located: Library North 4

Practical tips for publishing scholarly articles : writing and publishing in the helping professions / by Furman, Rich.

Call Number: PN146 .F87 2007  PubDate:2007

Located: Library North 4

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