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AbstractThis brief Article has multiple intentions and responsibilities: to introduce this year’s (and the inaugural) Edward Ohlbaum Annual Paper in Advocacy Scholarship (“Ohlbaum paper”); to recap Eddie’s contribution to trial advocacy knowledge and instruction; and to contextualize this contribution in a history of advocacy instruction, advocacy writing, and changes in the structure and focus of legal academia.
CitationJules Epstein. The “Ohlbaum Paper” And Advocacy Scholarship—Why Now?. 88 Temp. L. Rev. 507 (2016).
Available at: https://www.templelawreview.org/article/the-ohlbaum-paper-and-advocacy-scholarship-why-now/