Category: Legal Writing

Improving Your Writing—Books that Actually Help (Part I)

By Abbie Cziok I dreaded reading the required books in my legal writing classes. They all repeated the same predictable truisms and tricks: incomplete sentences are those that are incomplete; clear writers write clearly; never start sentences with “and.” And so

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Books for New Lawyers from the CBA’s Lending Library

By Sue Bertram Here are a few books we have in our lending library to help the new attorney. For more information about this title and many others in the CBA’s Law Practice Management Library, visit the Lending Library page or contact Sue Bertram

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Legal Writing Lessons From Harper Lee

By Ryan Jardine Nelle Harper Lee, the author of To Kill a Mockingbird, will celebrate her 87th birthday on Sunday, April 28. This American author, Pulitzer Prize winner and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom provided a role model

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