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October 19, 2014

Answering Interrogatories.

A couple of years ago, my friend and Renaissance man Ray Ward at his superb the (new) legal writer flagged a nicely done nuts-and-bolts resource for answering written interrogatories by Manhattan's Judge Gerald Lebovits which appeared in the January 2012 New York State Bar Association Journal.

What? You've seen this post before?

Good. It's one of our many "evergreen" pieces on working and practicing law. We will post it again and again until maybe we start hearing and reading reports that exemplary standards and uncannily high quality lawyering are taking over the profession--and it's all that clients, GCs, lawyers, judges and law school profs ever talk about.

Posted by JD Hull at October 19, 2014 12:37 AM


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