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2. Ruggero J Aldisert, Winning on Appeal: Better Briefs and Oral Argument (2nd ed, 2003)

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4. *Anthony Amsterdam and Jerome Bruner, Minding the Law (2002)

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9. Michele Asprey, Plain Language for Lawyers (3rd ed, 2003)

10. *Andrew H Baida, 'Writing a Better Brief: A Useful Guide to Better Written Submissions in Appellate Advocacy' (2002) 22 Australian Bar Review 149

11. Bonnie M Baker, 'Creating Facts' (2001) 16(1) Second Draft: Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute 1

12. Steven M Barkan, 'On Describing Legal Research' (1982) 80 Michigan Law Review 925

13. Jeffrey Barnes, 'Teacher v Student: The Role of Fundamental "Conceptions of Reality" in the Preparation of a Legal Opinion', paper presented at National Language and Academic Skills Conference 27–28 November 2000, La Trobe University, Bundoora

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18. *Deborah E Bouchoux, Aspen Handbook for Legal Writers

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38. *Margot Costanzo, Essential Legal Skills: Problem Solving (1995)

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50. *Steven Elias and Susan Levinkind, Legal Research: How to Find & Understand the Law (14th ed, 2007)

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63. Bryan A Garner, The Redbook: A Manual on Legal Style (2002)

64. *Bryan A Garner, The Winning Brief: 100 Tips for Persuasive Briefing in Trial and Appellate Courts (2nd ed, 2004)

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79. *William Huhn, The Five Types of Legal Argument (2002)

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81. *Terry Hutchinson, Researching and Writing in Law (2nd ed, 2006)

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88. Lucille R Kaplan, 'Writing that Persuades: No Quick Fix for the Advocate' (1984) 20 Trial 44

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94. Joseph Kimble, Lifting the Fog of Legalese: Essays on Plain Language (2006)

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98. Michael Kirby, 'The Future of Appellate Advocacy' (2006) 27 Australian Bar Review 141

99. Christina L Kunz et al, The Process of Legal Research (3rd edn, 1992)

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