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II. Choosing a Topic
A. General Tips
D. Project Muse
Critical Race Theory "questions the very foundations of the liberal order, including equality theory, legal reasoning, Enlightenment rationalism, and neutral principles of constitutional law." Richard Delgado & Jean Stefancic, Critical Race Theory: An Introduction (1997). This guide will help you find resources on CRT.
Writing a Scholarly Article - General Tips
The following books and articles can help you figure out just how to write that scholarly article:
Richard Delgado, How to Write a Law Review Article, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 445 (1985).
The author wrote this article to explain in simple fashion some rules, conventions, and shortcuts he learned over the years as a legal writer. He explains the various steps one ought to consider in writing a law review article, the types and genres of such articles, and a few tips having to do with submission and marketing of one's work.
Matthew A. Edwards, Teaching Foreign LLM Students About Legal Scholarship, 51 J. LEGAL EDUC. 520 (2001).
Discusses the purpose and form of law review articles.
7 N.Y. CITY L. REV. 195 (2004).
Looks at the Falk and Volokh books.
Eugene Volokh, Writing a Student Article, 48 J. LEGAL EDUC. 247 (1998).
The original piece that his book expands on.
Narratives, Storytelling, and Outsider Scholarship
For some background information on narratives, storytelling, and outsider scholarship try these: