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Legal Writing Primer for New Lawyers

Virtual
Legal Writing Primer for New Lawyers
Tuesday, February 7, 2023 | 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Program Fee:
Students or Alumni of Sponsoring Schools: Free
Members: Free
Non-Members: $25

This program is part of the New Lawyer InstituteStudents and Alumni from sponsoring law schools: To ensure your free registration, please update the 'law school' section under Manage My Account prior to registering, or register using your law school email address.

Please Note: A final confirmation containing the Zoom link and Access Code to join the event will be sent to ALL registrants 2 hours prior to the start of the event.

Description: 
An essential job of all lawyers is creating professional work product: written work that does not require substantive editing. Lawyers must be able to organize thoughts into cogent and clear written work free of typographical, syntax, and citation errors. So, it is essential that you become a master of the art of self-editing. But editing yourself is very difficult. As the author, you often lack the mental distance necessary to distinguish between what’s on the page and what’s in your head. This program will discuss developing a systematic approach for assessing and editing your own work so that you can find and correct weaknesses and see your work from the reader’s eye.  


Speaker:
Catharine Du Bois, Assistant Professor of Legal Writing, Brooklyn Law School 

Sponsoring Committee: 
New Lawyer Institute, Brian Farkas, Chair

Law School Sponsors:
Albany Law
BU Law School
Brooklyn Law School
Cardozo
Columbia Law
CUNY Law
Drexel Law
Duke Law School
Fordham
Hofstra
Maryland
New York Law School
NYU Law
Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law
UPenn Law
Quinnipiac Law
Rutgers
Seton Hall
St Johns Law School
UConn
Yale
 


Where
Online Event

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