Legal Writing with Lebovits
This entertaining and practical nuts-and-bolts seminar, taught by a leading advocacy instructor, explains effective objective and persuasive legal writing from thinking about a project through submitting it. Attendees will learn legal writing's do's, don'ts, controversies, and ethics. The components of a brief will be analyzed: questions presented, facts, summaries of arguments, and arguments. The program will also detail easy-to-learn but hard-to-forget elements and philosophy of good legal writing, including Plain English, style, clarity, concision, storytelling, organization, sentence and paragraph structure, citing, footnotes, quoting, format, legal method, and rhetoric.
Hon. Gerald Lebovits, NYS Supreme Court, NY County. Adjunct Professor of Law, Columbia, Fordham & NYU
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- May 11, 2022
- Online On-Demand