Bryan Garner on Words

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How are your punctuation skills? Try this comparison exercise to find out

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Regaining the Joy of Reading

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10 Tips for Better Legal Writing

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Stop: Before you hit ‘send’...

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How to avoid mucking up the most crucial part of discourse

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A Tale of 2 Associates: How polish and attention to detail can win the motion

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The tortuous tale behind the 10th edition of the most widely cited lawbook in the world

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Ax these terms from your legal writing

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Weighing the arguments for and against obfuscation in court

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Textual citations make legal writing onerous, for lawyers and nonlawyers alike

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4 vignettes lead to a single moral about writing better briefs

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David Foster Wallace’s advice on arguing persuasively

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An interview with the lawyer who discovered Clarence Darrow’s letters

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Remembering Lindley Murray, an inspirational lawyer-grammarian

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Face a classic word challenge and increase your personal power

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How attention to style improves substance

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7 steps for producing top-notch text with a co-author

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Language gives us ways to remain honest and tactful–and to preserve client confidences

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For the Word Lovers: A look at linguistic phenomena

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What judges really think about the phrase ‘May it please the Court?’