I often tell my students that, if they follow my technique for legal writing, they will never experience writer’s block, because it is always entirely apparent what you need to write about next. The analysis must follow a certain path (or one of a set of viable logical paths), and you will always know when you reach the end—when all of the issues are thoroughly resolved.
About The Author:Susannah Pollvogt writes and teaches in the area of equal protection law. Her scholarship can be found here. She maintains a separate blog related to her scholarship here. In addition, she specializes in helping students maximize their performance in law school and on the bar exam with her site Succeed Law.