Critiquing process and law students, Lawyering skills, Legal writing critiques
Legal Education | Legal Writing and Research
The extreme performance anxiety of first-year law students along with the alien experience of receiving copious comments on their writing creates a potent, and potentially paralyzing, potion for stress. With that as a backdrop, lawyering skills teachers ought to educate students about the process of critiquing they will experience in a lawyering skills course.
Atlas, Joel, "Educating Students about the Critiquing Process in a Lawyering Skills Class" (2006). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 520.
Published in: Law Teacher, vol. 14, no. 1 (Fall 2006).