Stephen E. Smith

Articles

Glatt v. Fox Searchlight and the Rhetorical Value of Inter-Circuit Dialogue, 50 University of San Francisco Law Review Online Forum 479-489 (2016) | Link to Digital Commons

The Right to a Public Trial and Closing the Courtroom to Disruptive Spectators, 93 Washington University Law Review 235-246 (2015) | Link to Digital Commons

A Rhetorical Exercise: Persuasive Word Choice, 49 University of San Francisco Law Review Forum 37-39 (2015) | Link to Digital Commons

Defendant Silence and Rhetorical Stasis, 46 Connecticut Law Review 19-26 (2013) | Link to Digital Commons

The Poetry of Persuasion: Early Literary Theory and Its Advice to Legal Writers, 6 Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors 55-74 (2009) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Full Text

Due Process and the Subpoena Power in Federal Environmental, Health, and Safety Whistleblower Proceedings, 32 University of San Francisco Law Review 533-560 (1998) | Link to Digital Commons | Link to Full Text

Other Articles

The Disembodied Rule and the Rule Made Flesh: Propositions, Illustrations, and the Placement of Citations, 29 The Second Draft: Newsletter of the Legal Writing Institute 26-29 (Spring 2016) | Link to Digital Commons

Missed Connections - Being Explicit About Relationships Between Authorities, 24 The Second Draft: Newsletter of the Legal Writing Institute 14 (Fall 2009) | Link to Full Text

Teaching Practical Procedure in the Legal Writing Classroom, 17 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 31-34 (2008) | Link to Digital Commons

Using the ADA to Teach the Interaction of Statutes, 23 The Second Draft: Newsletter of the Legal Writing Institute 10 (Fall 2008) | Link to Full Text

Distinct Line Between Commercial and Noncommercial Speech Is Gone, with Hopmann, 115 Los Angeles Daily Journal 7 (June 6, 2002)