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Against The Tyranny Of Paraphrase: Talking Back To Texts, Elizabeth Fajans, Mary R. Falk Jan 1993

Against The Tyranny Of Paraphrase: Talking Back To Texts, Elizabeth Fajans, Mary R. Falk

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"Skilling" Time, Peter B. Knapp Jan 1993

"Skilling" Time, Peter B. Knapp

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This article describes disagreements about the "MacCrate Report" on skills education for law students, as well as the connections between the Report's recommendations and legal education at William Mitchell College of Law. The final commentary focuses on what William Mitchell can do to further ensure that teaching prepares students for the learning they will have to do when they begin working as lawyers.


Editing, Carol Sanger Jan 1993

Editing, Carol Sanger

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We are all familiar with the process. At its best, law review editing, like editing elsewhere in the academic and literary worlds, results in a piece improved in style, structure, and content. Too often, however, law review articles are not so much improved as simply changed, sometimes hundreds of times within a single manuscript.

My purpose here is not to complain line by line about various dissatisfactions with the editing of my little review. I accept that authors, like teenagers convinced the world is focused on their every imperfection, are more aware of perceived deficiencies in an article than any ...


The Poverty Of Academic Rhetoric, Frederick Mark Gedicks Jan 1993

The Poverty Of Academic Rhetoric, Frederick Mark Gedicks

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Editing, Carol Sanger Jan 1993

Editing, Carol Sanger

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In May 1993, I published a book review of Richard Posner's Sex and Reason. The review was modest in length and in purpose, part of an informal division of labor undertaken by the many critics of Sex and Reason. It challenged Judge Posner's claim that an economic analysis of sex was something new and argued that women have been making rational choices with regard to sex and reproduction for quite a long time, something that Judge Posner's book seemed to miss and misunderstand throughout.

Readers of the review (the members of my MCI Friends and Family Plan ...