June 11, 2011
Stop talking & writing like a lawyer. It's Pompous & Faggy. Use "people" words instead.
Let's get over ourselves. Doesn't changing legal writing to just clear and simple writing come down to leadership? As in "maybe I should start setting a better example"? Why not buck the traditions 100%--whether it's writing to courts, to clients or to other lawyers--and never use those expressions again? You know those prissy-pretentious words and phrases expressions, don't you, Wendell? You can do it. Man up. Stop using them. See Writing For Clients--Just Say It.
Posted by JD Hull at June 11, 2011 07:58 AM
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