When 'Good Enough' Won't Cut It: 3 Tips For Plain Writing

By Caroline Simson (August 7, 2015, 5:25 PM EDT) -- It's an easy habit for lawyers backed against unyielding time constraints to dismiss their writing as "good enough," but attorneys who pay no heed to the golden rule of writing — write for others as you would want them to write for you — can expose themselves to problems down the road....

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