Doug Abrams

TV’s Impact on Culture and Legal Writing: New Article by Professor Abrams

September 13th, 2016

The Marquette Law Review’s new issue carries Professor Doug Abrams’ article, “References to Television Programming in Judicial Decisions and Lawyers’ Advocacy.” The abstract of the article reads: Think of the poor judge who is reading . .

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Respectful Legal Writing Discards Outdated Identifiers: Professor Abrams in the Journal of the Missouri Bar

September 6th, 2016

On May 20, President Obama signed legislation that, passed unanimously in the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives, amended two federal acts that were written in the 1970s. The acts referred to persons by such names

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Professor Abrams Noted for Sportsmanship Articles

September 1st, 2016

Professor Doug Abrams was recently noted in a column, “The Lesson in Hope Solo Needs to Filter Down to Youth Ballfields,” that appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch by journalist Tony Messenger. The subject of the article,

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WFAN Sports Radio: Professor Abrams Discusses Youth Sports Coaches’ Apologies

August 16th, 2016

On WFAN sports radio (New York), Professor Doug Abrams and host Rick Wolff discussed circumstances when youth league coaches, as team leaders, should apologize to the team’s parents or players for behavior that reneges on the coach’s

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Professor Abrams Collaborates on Youth Sports Reform Book

May 13th, 2016

Professor Doug Abrams has collaborated with former National Basketball Association player Bob Bigelow on a new e-book, Youth Sports: Still Failing Our Kids — How to Really Fix It. A longtime youth sports reform advocate, Bigelow was

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