University of Toledo Law Review
Legal writing faculty have too little time to teach too many skills. To choices of deciding which skills to teach, how to teach those skills, and how much time to allocate to each skill." This brief essay will discuss one case, Epps v. Gober, that two instructors have found to be a veritable Swiss Army knife (nod to Tracy McGaugh), offering a range of versatile functions in the legal writing classroom.
Jacobs, Becky L., "A 'Case' Study in Legal Writing Pedagogy: Connecting Doctrine and Skills to Authentic Client Voices" (2019). UTK Law Faculty Publications. 60.