Professor Hollee Schwartz Temple directs the legal reasoning, research, and writing program at West Virginia University College of Law, where she joined the faculty as a legal writing professor in 2003. She has written and presented extensively on the topic of legal writing for both academic and professional audiences.
Hollee recently signed a contract to write West Virginia Legal Research as part of the Carolina Academic Press state-specific legal research series. The book will serve both law students and practitioners who are interested in learning more about the research process in West Virginia.
Examples of Hollee’s academic writing:
- Did Your Legal Writing Professor Go to Harvard?: Credentials of Legal Writing Faculty at Hiring Time, with Susan Liemer, 46 Louisville L.J. 383 (2008-2009).
- Here’s the Scoop for the Law Profs: Teach Your Student to Think Like a Journalist, Volume 81, University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (Spring 2004)
- Raining on the Litigation Parade: Is it Time to Stop Litigant Abuse of the Fraud on the Court Doctrine?, 39 U. San Fran. L. Rev. * (Aug. 2005).
- A Telling Last Class, 20 The Second Draft* (Fall 2005).
You may contact Hollee directly at hollee (at) thenewperfect.com.