Plain and Accurate Style in Court Papers
American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education, 1987 - Law - 179 pages
This volume offers assistance to the practitioner in developing a simplified style of drafting. It analyzes the style of various parts of pleadings , motion papers, discovery papers, briefs and other court papers.
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