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Suzanne Rowe: Publications

Books (author)

California Legal Research (with H. Macfarlane & A. Dudovitz) (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2013) (1st ed., 2008 with H. Macfarlane) (including teacher’s manual).

Federal Legal Research (with M. Algero, S. Simon, S. Childs & S. Ricks) (Carolina Academic Press 2012).

California Legal Research (with H. Macfarlane) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

Idaho Legal Research (with T. Fordyce-Ruff) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

New York Legal Research (with E. Adelman) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

Oregon Legal Research (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2007); (1st ed. 2003) (including teacher's manual).

Florida Legal Research: Sources, Process, and Analysis (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2007) (with B. Busharis); (2d ed., 2002) (with B. Busharis) (including teacher's manuals for law schools and for paralegal programs); (1st ed., 1998) (with B. Busharis and L. Tietig) (including teacher's manual).

Books (series editor)

Mississippi Legal Research (with K. Gilliland) (Carolina Academic Press forthcoming 2014).

Oklahoma Legal Research (with D. Fox, D. Jackson & C. Selby) (Carolina Academic Press 2013).

West Virginia Legal Research (with H. Temple) (Carolina Academic Press 2013).

Wyoming Legal Research (with D. Person & T. Plumb) (Carolina Academic Press 2013).

Kentucky Legal Research (with D. Ensign, W. Hilyerd & K. Metzmeier) (Carolina Academic Press 2012).

Iowa Legal Research (with J. Edwards, M.S. Lowe, K. Wallace & M. Weresh) (Carolina Academic Press 2011).

Colorado Legal Research (with R. Linz) (Carolina Academic Press 2010).

Massachusetts Legal Research (with J. Blum) (Carolina Academic Press 2010).

Minnesota Legal Research (with S. Thorpe) (Carolina Academic Press 2010).

North Carolina Legal Research (with S. Childs) (Carolina Academic Press 2010).

Wisconsin Legal Research (with P. Cervenka and L. Behroozi) (Carolina Academic Press forthcoming 2010).

Connecticut Legal Research (with J. Hynes) (Carolina Academic Press 2009).

Illinois Legal Research (with M. Wojcik) (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2009).

Louisiana Legal Research (with M. Garvey Algero) (Carolina Academic Press 2009).

Texas Legal Research (with S. Simon) (Carolina Academic Press 2009).

Washington Legal Research (with J. Heintz-Cho, T. Cobb & M. Hotchkiss) (2d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2009) (first edition, with Julie Heintz, 2005).

Arizona Legal Research (with T. Herrera) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

Kansas Legal Research (with J. Custer & C. Steadham) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

Ohio Legal Research (with K. Hall and S. Sampson) (Carolina Academic Press 2008).

Arizona Legal Research (with T. Herrera) (Carolina Academic Press forthcoming 2007).

Arkansas Legal Research (with C. Barger) (Carolina Academic Press 2007).

Georgia Legal Research (with N. Johnson, E. Eadelman, & N. Adams) (Carolina Academic Press 2007).

Missouri Legal Research (with W. Temm & J. Cheslik) (Carolina Academic Press 2007).

Pennsylvania Legal Research (with B. Busharis & B. Tavares) (Carolina Academic Press 2007).

Tennessee Legal Research (with S. Marshall & C. Parker) (Carolina Academic Press 2007).

Michigan Legal Research (with P. Lysaght) (Carolina Academic Press 2006).

Articles

From Polaroid Snapshot to 3-D Movie: Updating the Annual Survey of Legal Writing Programs,16 Legal Writing: Journal of the Legal Writing Institute 565 (2010).

Plenary IV: Program Design in Symposium, The Legal Writing Institute: Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching and Scholarship, 61 Mercer Law Review 826 (2010).

Learning Disabilities and the Americans with Disabilities Act: The Conundrum of Dyslexia and Time, 15 Legal Writing 167 (2009).

Reasonable Accommodations for Unreasonable Requests: The Americans with Disabilities Act in Law School Writing Courses, 12 Legal Writing 1 (2006).

Effective Research Assistance and Scholarly Production in Legal Writing,le 3 J. Assn. Legal Writing Directors 192 (2006).

One Small Step: Beginning the Process of Institutional Change to Integrate the Law School Curriculum, 1 J. Assn. Legal Writing Directors 218 (2002) (with S. Liemer).

Legal Research, Legal Writing, and Legal Analysis: Putting Law School into Practice, 29 Stetson Law Review 1193 (2000).

The Gordian Knot: Uniting Skills and Substance in Employment Discrimination and Federal Taxation Courses, 33 John Marshall Law Review 303 (2000) (with B. Busharis).

Essays

Verboten: Vacuous Verbiage on Valentine’s Day, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (February/March 2014).

Thinking About Writing: The Discipline to Become a Better Writer, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (January 2014).

Autoantonyms: Words That Mean Their Opposites, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (December 2013).

Take Note! Creating Knowledge Through Notes, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (October 2013).

Wishful Thinking: If the Subjunctive Were Easy, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (August/September 2013).

Taken to Task: Touch Up Your “T” Words, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (May 2013).

Pure Sentences: Punctuation Free, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (February/March 2013).

Future Shock: Writing in a Brave New World, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (December 2012).

F-Words: The First Flames of Fall, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (October 2012).

Happy Punctuation Day! Readers’ Haiku Celebration, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 15 (August/September 2012).

Adjective Order: A Quick, Easy Guide, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (July 2012).

“G” Is for Graft: A Gaggle of Great “G” Words, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (June 2012).

Commas for My Class, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (April 2012).

Right as Rain: Remarkable and Revealing “R” Words, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (January 2012).

Spell Czech: Amusing Mistakes Your Computer Won’t Catch, Oregon State Bar Bulletin (November 2011).

National Punctuation Day: Let the Festivities Begin! Oregon State Bar Bulletin (September 2011).

Building Bridges: Connecting Islands of Ideas, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (July 2011).

Painful Prose: The Difficulties of Writing Pros, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (January 2011).

Back to Basics: Subjects, Verbs, Complete Sentences and Active Voice, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (December 2010).

Interesting Eyes: Word Choices V, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (October 2010).

Which Is That? Restrictions for Clarity, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (July 2010).

Conquering the Colon: The Adventures of Advanced Punctuation, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (April 2010).

Proper Placement: The Humor of Misplaced Modifiers, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (February/March 2010).

Appalling Etiquette: Writing as a Professional, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (January 2010).

Perfect Tenses: The Timing of Verbs, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (October 2009).

Running On? Life Support for Sentences, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (July 2009).

Clear or Confusing? When Repetition Works (and Doesn't), Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (June 2009).

Word Choices IV: Too Close for Comfort?, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (May 2009).

Word Choices III: Verb Pairs that Puzzle, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (April 2009).

Gifts for Your Legal Writer: A Shopper's Guide, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (December 2008).

Signaling Support: Linking Citations to Text, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (November 2008).

Mea Culpa: Mistakes of a Writing Column Writer, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (August/September 2008).

Reader-Friendly Transitions: Showing the Way from Here to There, Oregon State Bar Bulletin (July 2008).

Keep It Simple: "Short and Sweet" Brings Clarity to Legal Writing, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (June 2008).

E-Writing: tips 4 btr comm, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (May 2008).

Writing with Oregon Style, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (April 2008).

Problems with Pronouns, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (February/March 2008).

Word Choices II: More Pairs that Puzzle, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (January 2008).

A Parallel Universe: Keeping the Grammatical World in Order, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 13 (December 2007).

Devilish Details, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (November 2007).

Abuse of Discretion: Beheadings, Widows and Orphans, Oh My!, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (August/September 2007).

Finessing Gender Pronouns, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (June 2007).

Comma Power: A Punctuation Mark with Clout, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 11 (May 2007).

Word Choices: Pairs That Puzzle, Oregon State bar Bulletin 11 (April 2007).

Know Your Nouns: Perplexing Plurals and Possessives, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 39 (January 2007).

Perfect Proofing, Oregon State Bar Bulletin 33 (December 2006).

Six to Nix: Grammar Rules to Leave Behind, Oregon State Bar Bulletin (November 2006).

Unblocking Writers Block, Oregon State Bar Bulletin (October 2006).

The Bluebook Blues, 64 Oregon State Bar Bulletin 31 (June 2004).

From the Grocery to the Courthouse: Teaching Legal Analysis to First-Year Law Students, 14 The Second Draft 14 (May 2000) (with J. Varn).

The Brick: Teaching Legal Analysis Through the Case Method, 7 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 21 (1998), reprinted in FSU Law (Winter 2000).

Selected Newsletter Articles

Program Selection: Ideas for the Future, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning & Research 4 (Fall 2008).

Update: The AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research, 22 The Second Draft 15 (Fall 2007).

The Significance of Service, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 8 (Winter/Spring 2007).

Message from the Chair, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 1 (Spring 2006).

Message from the Chair, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 1 (Spring and Winter 2006).

Summer Conferences Enhance Intellectual and Pedagogical Exchange, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 3 (Fall 2005).

The ADA in Legal Writing Courses, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 1 (Spring 2004).

AALS Meeting Features LWRR Program on ADA, AALS Section Newsletter, Legal Writing, Reasoning, & Research 1 (Fall 2003).

Writing a Winning Conference Proposal, 17 The Second Draft 15 (July 2003).

Take Two: Preparing for the Second Year of Teaching, 15 The Second Draft 25 (June 2001).

The Practical Approach: Uniting Skills and Substance in Teaching Federal Taxation, Tax Section Times (AALS Section Newsletter) 1 (June 2000) (excerpt of Gordian Knot article).


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