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Tips From A Judge On Becoming A Better Legal Writer

Law360, New York (May 16, 2017, 4:07 PM EDT) -- Attorneys who wish to improve their writing can revamp their approach to the task to create superior documents and enhance their credibility with judges, fellow lawyers and clients, a New York Supreme Court judge suggests.

Acting Supreme Court Justice Gerald Lebovits, an adjunct professor at Columbia, Fordham and New York University law schools, suggests lawyers who would like to improve their writing skills should break down the undertaking into a number of smaller steps — including gathering material, outlining and revising — in order to impress...
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