Articles Tagged with Legal analysis

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Oregon v. Lang, 273 Or App 113 (2015), (Benton County Circuit Court CM1320460; A154498)

Citations below are to the online, unofficial advance sheet version of this case, and available for viewing (at least as of today) at: http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/docs/A154498.pdf

This is another case that would be quite instructive to laypeople interested in the law, assuming they read the whole case and also perhaps talk to a lawyer or judge about it, rather than relying on a brief news report – or a blog post.

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Are you an “English as a Second (or 3rd or 4th) Language” law student or lawyer?

Are you thinking about going abroad to teach U.S. law or legal research to foreign students or lawyers?

There are books for non-English speakers learning the Language of American and (UK) English Law. Some might even be e-books.

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“Law School Theory vs. Practical Skills, One More Time,” at the Law Librarian Blog (December 15, 2011), links to Yale Professor Stanley Fish’s response to David Segal’s article in the New York Times on the Theory vs Practical Legal Skills debate.