Recent postings about legal education have recalled something I used to teach students in legal writing seminars, but gave up because I couldn’t really find any good class readings on the subject – the use of email as a form of legal writing. It seems pretty obvious, as email is undoubtedly the most prevalent form of legal writing, but it seems to be missed out in most law school curricula of which I am aware.
I have touched briefly on this by referring to the Law Society of British Columbia’s “Sample internet and Email Use Policy”
I’ve done some searches . . . [more]