Clear and Effective Legal Writing

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Little, Brown, Jan 1, 1986 - Legal composition - 356 pages
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This work for law students concentrates on the basic issues and fundamental principles of effective legal writing. Organization, development of logical arguments, writing clearly and effectively, and other issues are discussed in depth in the book.

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