Memos , in Practice and in the First

Abstract

Colleagues have begun to raise questions like these in scholarship and teaching conferences, and many of us have responded with divergent opinions. In this author’s view, the traditional office memorandum is alive and well, and it remains an excellent teaching tool. E-mail memos, however, have earned their place as another point on the spectrum of documents that communicate various kinds of legal analyses to an assigning attorney or to a client, and we should consider incorporating them into our curriculum as well.

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@inproceedings{Calleros2013MemosI, title={Memos , in Practice and in the First}, author={Charles Calleros and Sandra Day}, year={2013} }