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April 22, 2021

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Richard Bales

I tell my students to avoid putting anything new in the conclusion -- the conclusion should be a 1-or 2-paragraph summary of the thesis. Often, when legal writers try to put new material into a conclusion, it is because the analysis in the body of the article is absent or superficial, and they try to make up for it by adding conclusory statements in the conclusion.

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