Terrill Pollman et al., Examples and Explanations: Legal Writing (Aspen Publishers 2011).
Terrill Pollman, Using Examples and Models in the Law School Classroom, (work in progress).
Linda L. Berger et al., The Past, Presence, and Future of Legal Writing Scholarship: Rhetoric, Voice, and Community, 16 Legal Writing: J. Legal Writing Inst. 521 (2010).
Terrill Pollman, Symposium, The Legal Writing Institute: Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching and Scholarship, 61 Mercer L. Rev. 803 (2010).
Terrill Pollman & Linda H. Edwards, Scholarship By Legal Writing Professors: New Voices In the Legal Academy, 11 J. Leg. Writing 3 (2005).
Terrill Pollman, Double Jeopardy and Nonmember Indians in Indian Country, 82 Neb. L. Rev. 889 (2004).
Terrill Pollman & Judith M. Stinson, IRLAFARC! A Survey on the Language of Legal Writing, 56 Me. L. Rev. 239 (2004).
Terrill Pollman, Building a Tower of Babel or Building a Discipline? Talking About Legal Writing, 85 Marq. L. Rev 887 (2002).
Terrill Pollman, A Writer’s Board and a Student-Run Writing Clinic: Making the Writing Community Visible at Law Schools, 3 Legal Writing 277 (1997).
Terrill Pollman, Note, Maynard v. Cartwright: Channeling Arizona's Use of the Heinous, Cruel or Depraved Aggravating Circumstance to Impose the Death Penalty, 32 Ariz. L. Rev. 193 (1990).
Commentaries, Essays, and Reviews
Jim Levy et al., Three Views of Visiting, Second Draft, June 2004, at 1.
Terry Pollman, Further Thoughts on Better Writing, AALS Sec. on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Res. Newsl., Spring 2003, at 8.
Practice Oriented Publications
Jennifer B. Anderson & Terrill Pollman, The Lawyering Process Program: Building Competence and Confidence, Nev. Law., Dec. 2001, at 15.
Terrill Pollman & Leah A. Kane, ALWD Citation Manual: A Professional System of Citation, Nev. Law., Dec. 2000 at 23.
Terrill Pollman on the Scholarly Commons