Category: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.


This category has the following 20 subcategories, out of 20 total.