The following sites offer further resources on legal writing-related topics:
The Writing Center's TWEN site Where you can make appointments.
Grammar Girl Quick and dirty tips for better writing.
"After Deadline" A blog from The New York Times, exploring style and grammar issues arising in articles.
Hip-Hop Justice Brief (PDF) <pdf> This brief was written partly in rap/rhyme.
Six-Word Memoirs at SMITH Magazine This magazine revived a challenge famously met by Ernest Hemingway: to write a story in six words.
Short On Words, Deep In Meaning Los Angeles Times article on the six word memoir project.
News from the Trenches in the War of the Words Describes some recent controversies concerning the legal implications of grammar, punctuation, and usage.
Pennsylvania V. Nathan Dunlap (PDF) <pdf> Bold use of narrative fiction techniques from Chief Justice John Roberts.
Schott's Vocab Blog about newly coined words and expressions.
These articles comment on Barack Obama's rhetoric:
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