Critiquing process and law teachers, Teaching lawyering skills, Legal writing critiques
Legal Education | Legal Writing and Research
The path of critiquing a paper is, in all but a rare case, laced with mines: poorly constructed sentences, non-thematic paragraphs, and mangled legal standards. But rather than view these as trip interruptions, perhaps teachers can view them as challenges. After all, every student error is a learning opportunity for that student.
Atlas, Joel, "Critiquing as an Opportunity" (2004). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 521.
Published in: Law Teacher, vol. 11, no. 2 (Spring 2004).