"Alliteration, Restraint, and a Mind at Work"

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Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing
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Journal Article

This essay suggests that alliteration, although often overdone, can be an effective focal point when trying to get students to understand two important writerly principles: (1) you are judged by the choices you make; and (2) “restraint” goes a long way.

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