Legal Writing Faculty Publications
Lorraine K. Bannai, Gordon Hirabayashi: "What the College Student, Client, and PRofessor Taught Us about Seeking Justice," Washington State Bar Association's Bar News (March 2012).
Deirdre M. Bowen, "American Skin: Dispensing with Colorblindness and Critical Mass," 72 U. Pittsburgh L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2012).
Deirdre M. Bowen, "Visibly Invisible," Chapter in Presumed Incompetent. (Ed. by Angela Harris and Carmen Gonzales (University of Utah Press forthcoming 2012).
Deirdre M. Bowen, "Going Beyond the Casebook in the Family Law Classroom," Chapter in Vulnerable Populations and Transformative Law Teaching: A Critical Reader. (Ed. by Raquel Aldana, Steven Bender, Olympia Duhart, Michele Benedetto Neitz, Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Hari Osofsky, and Hazel Weizer (Carolina Academic Press 2012).
Deirdre M. Bowen, "Meeting Across the River: Why Affirmative Action Needs Both Class and Race - A Response to Richard Sander," 88 Den. L. Rev. 751 (2011).
Mary Bowman, "Engaging First-Yeaer Law Students Through Pro Bono Collaborations in Legal Writing," was recently accepted for publication in the Journal of Legal Education. It also made several Top Ten Download lists from SSRN, including the Legal Writing eJournal.
Janet Dickson, "Persuasion in Statutory Analysis," BAHCHESEHIR UNIVERSITY LAW FACULTY, Law Journal, Volune 7, Number 83-84 (2011).
Anne M. Enquist et al., "From Both Sides Now: The Job Talk's Role in Matching Candidates and Law Schools," 42 Toledo L. Rev. 619 (2011).
Laurel Currie Oates and Anne M. Enquist, Just Research, Fourth Edition (with electronic supplement) (Wolters Kluwer 2013).
Laurel Currie Oates and Anne Enquist, The Legal Writing Handbook, Fifth Edition (Aspen 2010).
Laurel Oates and Anne M. Enquist, Just Writing, Fourth Edition (Wolters Kluwer, January 2013).
Laurel Currie Oates and Anne M. Enquist, Connie Krontz, Just Briefs, Third Edition (Aspen January 2013).
Laurel Currie Oates and Anne M. Enquist, Just Memos, Third Edition (Aspen 2011).
Sara Rankin, "Tired of Talking: A Call for Clear Strategies for Legal Educaiton Reform - Moving Beyond the Discussion of Good Ideas fto the Real Transformation of Law Schools," 10 Seattle J. Soc. Just. 11 (2011).
J. Christopher Rideout, "Tom Holdych: A Tribute," in "In Memory of Professor Thomas J. Holdych," 35 Seattle U. L. Rev. XV (2012).
J. Christopher Rideout, "Penumbral Thinking Revisited: Metaphor in Legal Argumentation," 7 Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors 155 (2010).
J. Christopher Rideout, "Discipline-Building and Disciplinary Values: Thoughts on Legal Writing at Year Twenty-Five of the Legal Writing Institute," 16 Legal Writing: The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute 477 (2010).
J. Christopher Rideout, "Legal Writing: The View from Within" (with Jill J. Ramsfield), 61 Mercer Law Review 705 (2010).
J. Christopher Rideout, "Luncheon Speech (transcribed)," 61 Mercer Law Review 857 (2010).
Kirsten Schimpff, "Rule 3.8 the Jencks Act and How the ABA Created a Conflict Between Ethics and Law on Prosecutorial Disclosure," 61 Am. U. L. Rev. _ (2012) (forthcoming August 2012).
Denis Stearns, "Discoverying Brevity (in Discovery)," KCBA Bar Bulletin, Vol. 30, No. 6, p. 1 (February 2012).
Denis Stearns, "Deadly Cantaloupes: A View from the Ivory Tower," Food Safety News (October 31, 2011). http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2011/10/deadly-cantaloupes-a-view-from-the-ivory-tower/
Denis Stearns, "Of Recycled Buns, Food Safety in China, and the Jabberwocky of Political Debate," Food Safety News (May 11, 2011).
Denis Stearns, Stanford Law & Policy Review, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2010, Seattle University School of Law Research Paper No. 11-06