In law firms, most of us copy and paste within and between our documents a lot. Especially when a well-written document crosses your desk with text you could use in a precedent –[...]Continue reading »
Have you ever heard the term “legalese” used to compliment a lawyer’s writing? I haven’t. It seems excellent lawyers do not always produce excellent legal writing. Whether[...]Continue reading »
The Reading List
When you’re in need of an expert to serve as a witness in your case, to consult on a special matter, or perhaps even to serve as a speaker at your bar seminar, where do you look?[...]Continue reading »
Get to the Point!
"Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary li[...]Continue reading »