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Karin Ciano of the Minnesota Lawyer interviewed Professor Brad Clary recently on the subject of legal writing, and particularly on the subject of writing paragraphs. As one might expect, Professor Clary suggested that…

Professor Brad Clary was interviewed for a Gail Rosenblum column in the Minneapolis Star Tribune on the subject of spousal privilege. The column explores the current attempts by lawyers in the defamation case against…

Professors Brad Clary and Christopher Soper were interviewed by Minnesota Lawyer for an article entitled "Kagan to Law Schools: Go Deep. Schools to Kagan: We Are." "We're doing quite a bit," said Clary. "Legal analysis…

Professor Brad Clary was featured in the Legal Writing Institute's Nov. 1 newsletter in an article entitled "Looking Back on an Amazing Career" honoring his distinguished teaching career.
Professor Brad Clary was quoted in a Minnesota Lawyer article entitled "How To: The Dos and Don'ts of Filing Appeals." Clary said that one of the biggest traps a lawyer can fall into is assuming the state and federal rules of…
Professor Brad Clary was quoted in a Minnesota Lawyer article entitled "What To Do After You Say, 'Objection!'" Clary stated, "I teach [students] always, if possible, to know your audience, and that includes the relevant judge they're…
Professor Brad Clary was quoted in a Minnesota Lawyer article entitled "New Trial for Man Convicted of Murder." Clary stated, "Part of the problem is that the ultimate decision in both state and federal court on this is the matter of…
Professor Brad Clary was quoted in a MinnPost article about the speculation that the GOP may file a lawsuit challenging the outcome of the Minnesota governor's election recount when it's issued. If such a lawsuit were filed, it…
Prof. Brad Clary was quoted in the Duluth News Tribune concerning the denial of a temporary injunction in the Welky v. ISD 709 case. The judge ruled that the plaintiffs had not demonstrated a likelihood of ultimate success on the…