Writing to establish your reputation

by Ted McClure 5. May 2011 13:20

From Above the Law: "Inside Straight: Sucking Up by Writing Down", by Mark Herrmann:

Few folks use proposals for co-authorship to advance their careers. More should.

What am I suggesting?

Come up with a thesis for an article. Call somebody who matters to you, and propose that you write the article together. Write a first draft of the article, send it to your co-author to solicit revisions, and then publish the piece.

For whom might this work? Anyone who’s looking to curry favor. ...

One way to get your name out there and establish your rep.

OUCH!

by Ted McClure 29. April 2011 14:53

Legal fun

by Ted McClure 13. April 2011 16:39

Zoopreme Court: Otter Stewart (1958-1981)

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Subscribing to Arizona Appellate Opinions

by Ted McClure 10. February 2011 17:05

Use these links to be notified of every Arizona appellate opinion as it is released:

Remember that bar examiners often take the situations for essay questions from recent appellate decisions.

That's a Trebuchet

by Ted McClure 27. January 2011 16:14

From one of my favorite bloggers, an analysis of the machine used to hurl bales of recreational vegetation across the border from Mexico, at http://customslaw.blogspot.com/2011/01/thats-trebuchet.html.

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