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Job lead for legal-writing teachers

If you teach legal writing or want to, check out this announcement by the Richmond School of Law. They want to hire five full-time legal-writing professors to build and teach their revamped legal-writing program. The most interesting part: the new course is based on Thinking Like a Writer by Timothy Terrell and Stephen Armstrong. If these law students absorb Tim and Steve’s lessons, they’ll have an advantage competing for jobs.


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