The words you use to identify a plaintiff may color the reader's view. Don't miss an opportunity to legitimately tip the scales in one direction.Josh Taylor - July 24, 2022
In the return of his Legal Writing Reminders column, Josh Taylor explores how to improve your brief's facts section to tell a terrific story.Josh Taylor - August 5, 2020
Did you know that many of our most cherished musical composers studied law? Josh Taylor explores the similarities in musical composition and legal writing.Josh Taylor - October 14, 2019
Here are my favorite tips for persuasive legal writing that does not cross the line into unprofessional conclusory argumentativeness.Josh Taylor - July 25, 2019
Our legal writing skills series continues with some commonly interchanged words that have acquired common (mis)usage in our writing.Josh Taylor - June 20, 2019
Our legal writing skills series continues with a couple of punctuation marks that often trip up lawyers.Josh Taylor - May 15, 2019
The first post in our new series with rules, optional techniques and simple suggestions to remind you that strong writing makes you a better lawyer.Josh Taylor - April 9, 2019
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