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Overcoming Writer's Block and Procrastination for Attorneys, Law Students, and Law Professors
New Mexico Law Review (2013)
  • Meehan Rasch, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
Abstract
Law is a particularly writing-heavy profession. However, lawyers, law students, and law professors often struggle with initiating, sustaining, and completing legal writing projects. Even the most competent legal professionals experience periods in which the written word just does not flow freely. This article provides a guide for legal writers who are seeking to understand and resolve writing blocks, procrastination, and other common writing productivity problems.
Keywords
  • legal writing,
  • writing productivity,
  • writer's block,
  • procrastination,
  • law school,
  • legal practice,
  • academia,
  • law professors,
  • law students,
  • study skills,
  • psychology,
  • academic support,
  • academic success
Publication Date
Spring 2013
Citation Information
Meehan Rasch. "Overcoming Writer's Block and Procrastination for Attorneys, Law Students, and Law Professors" New Mexico Law Review Vol. 43 (2013)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/meehan_rasch/6/