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Art-iculating the analysis: systemizing the decision to use visuals as legal reasoning

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Art-iculating the analysis: systemizing the decision to use visuals as legal reasoning
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Johansen
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Steve
Affiliation
Lewis & Clark Law School
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author
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Robbins
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Ruth Anne
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School of Law-Camden, Rutgers University
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2015
Abstract (type = Abstract)
This article first assumes that visuals belong and are ethically permitted in legal documents -- something explored by other authors -- and then begins to answer the questions of effective application. The article explores the specific use of analytical visuals, which are those that do not attempt to prove what happened in a legal dispute but rather help explain how the dispute should be resolved under the legal standards. Thus, the included analytical visual, when used effectively, creates a stronger understanding of the abstract legal analysis. The article suggests a taxonomy for categories of analytical visuals. It also acknowledges that many visuals are created for the attorney's own understanding and provides a rubric for attorneys to use when deciding whether to include visuals in the submitted advocacy document.
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English
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52 p.
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Topic
Legal document design
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Topic
Infographics
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Topic
Legal reasoning
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Topic
Legal analysis
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Legal writing
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Topic
Persuasion
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Topic
Legal rhetoric
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Topic
Advocacy
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Topic
Legal practice
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Visuals
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Charts
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Courts
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2015
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Journal of the Legal Writing Institute
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57-108
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20
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http://www.legalwritingjournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/20-16-Johansen-Robbins-formatted.pdf
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Peer reviewed.
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School of Law-Camden
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Robbins, Ruth Anne-permission for Journal of the LWI
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10.7282/T3N58PNJ
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Robbins, Ruth Anne
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doi:10.7282/T3XS5XPF
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Journal Article
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2016-12-12
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Ruth Anne Robbins
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Robbins, Ruth Anne-permission for Journal of the LWI
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10.7282/T3N58PNJ
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