WRITING AND RESEARCH
Susan DeJarnatt
Moving Beyond Product to Process: Building a Better LRW Program, 46 Santa Clara L. Rev. 93 (2005) (with Ellie Margolis).

Jeffrey Dunoff
\"Trade and\": Recent Developments in Trade Policy and Scholarship -- And Their Surprising Political Implications, 17 Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus. 759 (1996-97).

Elena Margolis
Teaching Research Using an Information Literacy Paradigm, 22 Persp. 101 (2014) (with Kristen Murray).
It's Time to Embrace the New--Untangling the Uses of Electronic Sources in Legal Writing, 23 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 191 (2013).
Authority Without Borders: The World Wide Web and the Delegalization of Law, 41 Seton Hall L. Rev. 909 (2011).
Incorporating Electronic Communication in the LRW Classroom, 19 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Res. & Writing 121 (2011).
Surfin' Safari--Why Competent Lawyers Should Research on the Web, 10 Yale J.L. & Tech. 82 (2007).
Moving Beyond Product to Process: Building a Better LRW Program, 46 Santa Clara L. Rev. 93 (2005) (with Susan DeJarnatt).
Teaching Students to Make Effective Policy Arguments in Appellate Briefs, 9 Persp. 73 (2001).

Kristen Murray
Don't Leave Me Tongue-Tied, 11 Rhetoric & Comm.: JALWD 199 (2014) (reviewing R.N. Sayler & M. Bishop Shadel, Tongue-Tied America: Reviving the Art of Verbal Persuasion (2011)).
The Theoretical and Practical Underpinnings of Teaching Scholarly Legal Writing, 1 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 523 (2014) (with J.W. Clark).
Teaching Research Using an Information Literacy Paradigm, 22 Persp. 101 (2014) (with Ellie Margolis).
Say Goodbye to the Books: Information Literacy as the New Legal Research Paradigm, 38 U. Dayton L. Rev. 117 (2012) (with Ellie Margolis).
Legal Writing Missteps: Ethics and Professionalism in the First Year Legal Research and Writing Classroom, 20 Persp. 134 (Winter/Spring 2012).
Peer Tutoring and the Law School Writing Center: Theory and Practice, 17 Legal Writing 161 (2011).
The Art of the Writing Conference: Letting Students Set the Agenda Without Ceding Control, 17 Persp. 35 (Fall 2008) (with C. DeSanctis).
My E-Semester: New Uses for Technology in the Legal Research and Writing Classroom, 15 Persp. 194 (2007).

Robin Nilon
The Calculus of Plagiarism: Toward a Contrastive Approach to Teaching Chinese Lawyers, 2 S.C. J. Int'l L. & Bus. 1 (2006).

Kathryn Stanchi
What Cognitive Dissonance Tells Us About Tone in Persuasion, 22 J.L. & Pol'y 93 (2013).
Teaching Students to Present Law Persuasively Using Techniques from Psychology, 19 Persp. 142 (2011).
The Power of Priming in Legal Advocacy: Using the Science of First Impressions to Persuade the Reader, 89 Or. L. Rev. 305 (2010).
Persuasion: An Annotated Bibliography, 6 J. ALWD 75 (2009).
Moving Beyond Instinct: Persuasion in the Era of Professional Legal Writing, 9 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 935 (Winter 2005).
Women, Writing, and Wages: Breaking the Last Taboo, 7 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 551 (2001) (with J. Levine).
From Product to Process: Evolution of a Legal Writing Program, 58 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 719 (1997).

Bonny Tavares
Teaching After Dark: Part-Time Evening Students and the First-Year Legal Research and Writing Classroom, 17 Legal Writing 65 (2011) (with R. Scalio).