Boyle Signs with Two Publishers

Professor Robin Boyle has signed with two publishers. For West Academic Publishing, she will be writing individual modules on varying Legal Research and Writing topics that faculty can use to supplement their LRW courses. She will be among a team of authors creating content for the West Academic Adaptable Modular Legal Research & Writing project (Sandra Simpson, Series Editor). The authors envision 20-25 modules in total, divided between writing and research topics. Each module will consist of approximately 50 minutes’ worth of student activity for each lesson. Individual modules will be available for purchase in 2022. 

Professor Boyle has also signed with Edgar Elgar to write and publish a book primarily designed for instructors, Teaching Contract Drafting. The book is to appear in the Elgar Guides to Teaching series. It is anticipated that the book will be approximately 180-200 pages in length and will be available in 2023. 

Additionally, Professor Boyle’s workbook, Becoming a Legal Writer, will have an online formative assessment component this Fall. The review questions, with suggested answers, will be provided on the Core Knowledge platform for Carolina Academic Press. The full title of the workbook is Becoming a Legal Writer: A Workbook with Explanations to Develop Objective Legal Analysis and Writing Skills (2019) (with Christine Coughlin & Sandy Patrick).

Robin Boyle
Professor of Legal Writing

One Comment to “Boyle Signs with Two Publishers”

  1. Congratulations Robin! This is exciting news.


    Patricia Grande Montana Professor of Legal Writing Director of Street Law Program St. John’s University School of Law Room 4-36 8000 Utopia Parkway Jamaica, NY 11439 718-990-1389

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