FALL 2016/VOLUME 13

Fall 2016 / Volume 13

Articles & Essays

Breaking Bad Facts:
How Intriguing Contradictions in Fiction Can Teach
Lawyers to Re-Envision Harmful Evidence

Cathren Koehlert-Page

Old-School Rhetoric and New-School Cognitive Science: The Enduring Power of Logocentric Categories
Lucille A. Jewel

Old Habits:
Sister Bernadette and the Potential Revival of Sentence Diagramming in Written Legal Advocacy

Lisa Eichhorn

The Ethics of Visual Legal Rhetoric
Michael D. Murray

Speaking of Stories and Law
Linda H. Edwards

A Curious Criticism of Plain Language
Joseph Kimble

“No Country for Old Men”:
Junior Associates and the Real-World Practice of Law

Ian Gallacher

Oral Advocacy and Vocal Fry:
The Unseemly, Sexist Side of Nonverbal Persuasion

Michael J. Higdon

Book Reviews

“Law &” Meets “Law as”
The Handbook of Law and Society

Austin Sarat & Patricia Ewick, eds.

Linda L. Berger, reviewer

On Point
Point Taken: How to Write Like the World’s Best Judges

Ross Guberman

Megan E. Boyd, reviewer

Lights, Camera, Action: Legal Writing Tips from a Trial Lawyer Turned Screenwriter Lawyers, Liars, and the Art of Storytelling: Using Stories to Advocate, Influence, and Persuade
Jonathan Shapiro

Janet Siegel Brown, reviewer

Stop Telling and Start Showing Show Don’t Tell: Legal Writing for the Real World
Adam Lamparello & Megan E. Boyd

Marie Summerlin Hamm, reviewer

Overcoming Writing Challenges Counsel for Aspiring, Novice, and Experienced Legal Professionals Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life
Anne Lamott

Shakira D. Pleasant, reviewer

Third Time Still Charms
The Lawyer’s Guide to Writing Well

Tom Goldstein & Jethro K. Lieberman

Wayne Schiess, Reviewer