The written advocacy of faculty members is an underused resource. That is one of the takeaways from “Faculty Briefs,” a lunchtime workshop at the University of Michigan Law School that students have described in glowing terms. This essay identifies the three key components of the workshop and suggests ways it can be replicated not just at other law schools but also in law firms, public interest organizations, and government offices.
Areas of Interest
Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing