In this book's prequel (Harvard and Hardship: A Beginner's Guide to College and Law School), Angel shared the failures, triumphs, and lessons learned as a Harvard Law student. In fact, one of the practical tips was to, "Get a writing guide." After feedback from readers and clients, she compiled the cornucopia of writing tactics she had developed from elementary school through law school:
"After about three months, I had a writing guide that I figured would help that student who feels overwhelmed by their writing assignment." - Angel
This writing guide provides practical steps to writing a well-written, well-researched paper, including:
- How to conduct research for an analytical paper
- Different approaches to structure an analytical paper
- How to write an introduction, conclusion, and "however paragraph"
- Guidance for writing legal memos, legal briefs, law school research papers, and answering law school written exams
Part A: College and University Research Papers
Chapter 1: The Quote and Comment
Chapter 2: The Observe and Cite
Chapter 3: The However Paragraph
Chapter 4: The Introduction
Chapter 5: The Conclusion
Chapter 6: Citations
Part B: Law School
Chapter 7: Legal Citations
Chapter 8: Law School Exams
Chapter 9: Legal Research
Chapter 10: The Legal Memo
Chapter 11: The Legal Brief
Chapter 12: Legal Research Papers
Part C: Tricks of the Trade
Chapter 13: Help! I haven't reached the minimum word count.
Chapter 14: Help! This doesn't sound smart.
Chapter 15: Transition Words and Phrases
Harvard and Hardship: University and Law School Writing Guide
Unfortunately, we are unable to ship outside of the continental U.S. and U.S. territories. Books are also available via Amazon.