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ANALYSIS: New to Legal Writing? Start by Talking—and Listening

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Good legal writing requires more than the law and filling pages it. There's a step in the process that good legal take but new associates often miss: defining expectations before writing a word. How can you do this? By getting both input and buy-in on your future written product from your supervising attorney, so you can create exactly what they want. No guessing! Writers are communicators. So having conversations with others about the task at hand is also a part of the writing process—and it may even be the most important part. Define the Product First Guesswork is the enemy of good writing in a lot of respects, but in legal writing in particular. When you get a writing assignment—no matter what type—it's critical that you understand its intended purpose. As a new associate, you can't decide what that purpose is by yourself. An attorney always […]

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