The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing, Volume 16
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Table of Contents
From the Editor
The Doctrine of the Last Antecedent, the Example in Barnhart, Why Both Are Weak, and How Textualism Postures
Bamboozled by a Comma: The Second Circuit’s Misdiagnosis of Ambiguity in American International Group, Inc. v. Bank of AmericaCorp.
Kenneth A. Adams
What a Breeze: The Case for the “Impure” Opinion
The Lawyer’s Struggle to Write
Matthew R. Salzwedel
Future Predictions About Legal Writing: Redundancies and Musings
The “Best of” Series
On Terra Firma with English
Free at Last from Obscurity: Achieving Clarity
Notes on Contributors
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