A+ Style Manual for Legal Writing in Plain English
Carl Fuchs, Research and Education Association
Research & Education Association, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 106 pages
This style manual will meet the practical needs of law students, attorneys, paralegals, and anyone who prepares legal documents. It will not only help ease the task of writing legal papers but also enable the writer to present the material in a more effective way. Saying it in "plain English" can often be more effective than obtuse legal jargon. Striking the right balance between "legalese" and plain English is one of the objectives of this manual. On a practical level for producing sound written expression, this book guides the writer in the essentials of punctuation, grammar and proper word usage.
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