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2013

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Overcoming Writer's Block And Procrastination For Attorneys, Law Students, And Law Professors, David A. Rasch, Meehan Rasch Jun 2013

Overcoming Writer's Block And Procrastination For Attorneys, Law Students, And Law Professors, David A. Rasch, Meehan Rasch

University of Southern California Legal Studies Working Paper Series

Legal writers face unique challenges. Law is a particularly writing-heavy profession. However, lawyers, law students, and law professors often struggle with initiating, sustaining, and completing legal writing projects. This article provides a guide for legal writers who are seeking to understand and resolve writing blocks, procrastination, and other common writing productivity problems.


Understanding The Procrastination Cycle, Meehan Rasch, David A. Rasch Jun 2013

Understanding The Procrastination Cycle, Meehan Rasch, David A. Rasch

University of Southern California Legal Studies Working Paper Series

Procrastination is one of the enduring challenges of human existence, as well as one of the chief problems with which law students struggle. Understanding the cycle of procrastination can help law professors and advisors more constructively address students' issues in this area -- not to mention our own.