There is a myriad of publications and articles dedicated to the improvement of legal writing. Unfortunately, in many of these materials, you need an English degree to understand anything past the first paragraph. There is, however, a simple way to dramatically improve any style of legal writing that has nothing to do with dangling participles or misuse of pronouns, etc.
“Cutting” down your writing is the key to making it better. Cutting does not require any particular knowledge of grammar or writing style. This training update covers three basic steps that every judge and attorney should learn to follow.
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PendletonUpdate15-14 (replaced by 20-02)