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Audiotaped Critiques Of Written Work, Elisabeth A. Keller Nov 1999

Audiotaped Critiques Of Written Work, Elisabeth A. Keller

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

No abstract provided.


Writing Labs: Commenting On Student Work-In-Progress, E. Joan Blum Nov 1999

Writing Labs: Commenting On Student Work-In-Progress, E. Joan Blum

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

No abstract provided.


Audiotaped Critiques Of Written Work, Elisabeth Keller Oct 1999

Audiotaped Critiques Of Written Work, Elisabeth Keller

Elisabeth Keller

No abstract provided.


Writing Labs: Commenting On Student Work-In-Progress, E. Joan Blum Oct 1999

Writing Labs: Commenting On Student Work-In-Progress, E. Joan Blum

E. Joan Blum

No abstract provided.


Legal Education, Professionalism, And The Public Interest, Alfred C. Aman Jr. Oct 1999

Legal Education, Professionalism, And The Public Interest, Alfred C. Aman Jr.

Alfred Aman Jr. (1991-2002)

No abstract provided.


Technology In The Classroom: Writing Labs, Judith Tracy Apr 1999

Technology In The Classroom: Writing Labs, Judith Tracy

Judith B. Tracy

No abstract provided.


Applying New Rhetoric To Legal Discourse: The Ebb And Flow Of Reader And Writer, Text And Context, Linda L. Berger Jan 1999

Applying New Rhetoric To Legal Discourse: The Ebb And Flow Of Reader And Writer, Text And Context, Linda L. Berger

Linda L. Berger

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Rule 11 Studies And Civil Rights Cases: An Inquiry Into The Neutrality Of Procedural Rules, Mark Spiegel Jan 1999

Rule 11 Studies And Civil Rights Cases: An Inquiry Into The Neutrality Of Procedural Rules, Mark Spiegel

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

In this article the author discusses the impact of the 1983 amendments of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to Rule 11. The Article explores the claim that the 1983 amendments had a disproportionate impact upon civil rights cases, thereby violating the norm of procedural neutrality. In Section I, the author argues that one of the central meanings of procedural neutrality is closely related to the argument that procedural rules should be apolitical. In Section II, the author examines what the studies of Rule 11 reveal about the effect of the 1983 version upon civil rights claims. The author then ...