Category:American legal writers

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All legal professionals are writers. This category is reserved for those who are particularly noteworthy for their scholarly contributions outside of court documents and opinions—through treatises, books, and notable articles. For example, the memorable judicial opinions of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. do not qualify him for this category; his book, The Common Law, does.

This category may also include non-lawyers who nonetheless commonly write on legal topics.

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Pages in category "American legal writers"

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