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by Suzanne E. Rowe

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Suzanne E. Rowe
Law Practice
Carolina Academic Pr; First Edition edition (October 1, 2003)
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The annual survey of the Legal Writing Institute and the Association of Legal Writing Directors provides insights into the development of legal writing programs nationwide. This PowerPoint accompanied the author's symposium presentation at Mercer University School of Law in 2009.

WestlawNext, Lexis Advance, and state-specific sites all receive expanded coverage.

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4. Reasonable Accommodations for Unreasonable Requests: The Americans with Disabilities Act in Legal Writing Courses. Legal Writing, Vol. 12, p. 3, 2006. Number of pages: 55 Posted: 09 Sep 2009. University of Oregon - School of Law.

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Megan McAlpin led her final meeting as president of the Association of Legal Writing Directors at a conference at Marquette Law School. Here she’s shown with other ALWD presidents.

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Oregon Legal Research is the first book of its kind devoted to the resources and strategies needed to research Oregon state law. Taking a process-oriented approach, the book explains research in Oregon cases, statutes, legislative history, constitutional law, and administrative law. Additional chapters describe the research process, secondary sources and practical guides, and online research. An appendix reviews citation to legal sources under Oregon court rules, the ALWD Manual, and the Bluebook.

Oregon Legal Research was designed specifically for teaching legal research to first-year law students. Others who will find it helpful include practitioners, paralegals, librarians, college students, and even laypeople. It is clearly written, making even complex ideas accessible.

Outlines of the research process and short excerpts from Oregon resources make the book easy to use. Web addresses point researchers to the many sources for finding free Oregon legal material online.

Concise explanations of resources needed for researching federal law and the law of other states are provided throughout. Thus, Oregon Legal Research can be used as a stand-alone text or in conjunction with a research text concentrating on federal law.

A teacher's manual will be available in December.

Rowe is also a co-author of Florida Legal Research.