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Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione. The book is divided into two main sections: The first section examines rhetorical theory and its impact on legal argument from the time of ancient Greece to date. The second section, organized by the canons of classical rhetoric, discusses practical applications of rhetorical theory to the specific task of learning to think and write like a lawyer in the twenty-first century.
The theory and practice of law have been separated in legal education to their detriment since the turn of the twentieth century. Just as law students should learn how to draft a simple contract from taking Contracts, they should learn the theory of persuasion from taking a legal writing course.
This book is an excellent resource for students, practitioners, and persons in the academy who wish to gain an understanding of rhetoric, especially in the context of legal discourse.
The problem seems to be that briefs lack rigorous analysis, and the bulk of the work is left to busy judges.
Publications (6). If I Am a Color. The theory and practice of law have been separated in legal education to their detriment since the turn of the twentieth century. The problem seems to be that briefs lack rigorous analysis, and the bulk of the work is left to busy judges. Many judges also indicated that lawyers often make redundant or weak arguments that detract from the good ones.
by Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione. Release Date:January 2009. Publisher:West Academic. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780314151834. 90 lbs. Related Subjects.
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Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione. Traditional legal memoranda have been used to teach objective analysis since the inception of legal writing programs in the 1970s. The Inside Scoop: What Federal Judges Really Think about the Way Lawyers Write. Kristen Konrad Robbins-Tiscione. The continued use of these memoranda in the legal writing classroo. More). Philosophy v. Rhetoric in Legal Education: Understanding the Schism Between Doctrinal and Legal Writing Faculty.
Professor of Law, Legal Practice. Kristen Konrad Tiscione . Wellesley College; . Georgetown University Law Center. After graduating from the Law Center, Professor Tiscione (then Robbins) joined the firm of Kirkland & Ellis in Washington, .