Attorney Toney Returns to Law School for Tenth Year as Teacher

As Fall comes around, we think of our children who are going back to school. It is a time when Sarah Toney, the founding attorney of The Toney Law Firm, also returns to school.

Ms. Toney is currently in her 10th year teaching at her alma mater, Loyola University School of Law. She began teaching as an Adjunct Professor in 2006, first teaching legal writing to law students. She went on to create and teach a new, unique Legal Writing course, "Advanced Legal Writing for Criminal Law".

Currently, attorney Toney started this fall at Loyola again teaching Legal Writing. In this course, she teaches and advises students on legal analysis, how to write predictive/objective legal writing as well as persuasive legal writing, oral advocacy, proper legal citations, how to analyze and apply legal reasoning, in the form of Office Memorandums and Memorandums of Law in Support of a position.

Working with aspiring lawyers is one of the valuable ways Ms. Toney gives back to the legal community. She is excited to help these students as they begin in the profession.

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