Aspen Publishing

Basic Legal Writing for Paralegals, Sixth Edition

Hope Viner Samborn, Andrea B. Yelin


  • ISBN: 9781543813807

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    Hope Viner Samborn

    Hope Viner Samborn is a lawyer and freelance writer in Chicago. She earned her J.D. degree at the University of Toledo College of Law and her B.A. degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin—Madison. She is the co-author of The Legal Research and Writing Handbook (8th ed. Wolters Kluwer, 2018) and Basic Legal Writing (5th ed. Wolters Kluwer, 2016.)

    Andrea B. Yelin

    Andrea Yelin served for several years as a Legal Reference Librarian at Loyola's Law Library and taught the legal research class for entering law students at Loyola. She attended Vassar College and earned her B.A. degree at Rice University in Houston, and her J.D. and M.S.L.S. degrees at Case Western. She taught legal research and legal writing for Loyola's Institute for Paralegal Studies. She is the co-author of The Legal Research and Writing Handbook (7th ed. Wolters Kluwer, 2014); Basic Legal Writing (4th ed. Wolters Kluwer, expected 2013); and Contract Law for Legal Professionals (Pearson, 2011). She is a writer for Pearson and Wolters Kluwer. Andrea currently teaches courses at Loyola University Chicago School of Law and in the Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse Department at DePaul University.

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