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The required text is G. NICHOLAS HERMAN & JEAN M. CARY, LEGAL COUNSELING, NEGOTIATING, AND MEDIATING: A PRACTICAL APPROACH (2d. ed. 2009) ("HERMAN & CARY").
Additional required readings are posted in the "course readings" page in TWEN.
You may find it useful to glance at S.I. Strong, How to Write Law Exams and Essays (3d ed. 2010). A copy is on file in the library, or you can purchase a copy online at amazon.co.uk. Although the text was written for English law students, the principles apply to American law students as well. NB: What is called CLEO in the text is the same as IRAC (issue, rule, application, conclusion) in the U.S.
You may also wish to consult Henry W. Ewalt & Andrew W. Ewalt, Through the Client’s Eyes: New Approaches to Get Clients to Hire You Again and Again (3rd ed. 2008). A copy is on reserve in the library.