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Literary Allusion and Legal Writing: Wayne Schiess’s Legal Writing blog is worth visiting periodically, not only for the same reason one visits a lot of blogs – to read the comments – but because it is interesting, easy to read, and you’ll almost always find a little something to learn. Current posts on whether or not to use literary allusions have led me further afield to old issues of the Scribes Journal of Legal Writing (available also at HeinOnline and through your local law library), which Schiess cites to in his April 20th posting. And, of course, any visit to HeinOnline gets me totally off-track to some of the other wonderful legal classics they have in their database.

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