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- Can't get enough legal grammar? Garner's blog is pretty great too! http://www....
Can't get enough legal grammar? Garner's blog is pretty great too!
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just. Like “only,” “just” must be carefully placed — e.g.: “Texas’ Danny Peoples . . . had a two-run double and just hit foul a ball that could have been a two-run, game-tying homer.” Kirk Bohls, “Dallas Baptist Assaults Texas Pitching 10-5,” Austin Am.-Statesman, 26 Apr. 1994, at E1, E6. “Just” pro…
- Check out this Garner's On Words September post about coherently reporting resea...
Check out this Garner's On Words September post about coherently reporting research in emails. Garner’s on Words is an ABA Journal series offering tips on legal writing.
Stop: Before you hit 'send'...
Last month, we examined why it's so important for judges to write clear openers that set forth the journalist's time-honored five W's: who–what–when–where–why (plus how). The same lesson holds true
- Do you prefer to do your legal research using print or electronic resources? Wh...
Do you prefer to do your legal research using print or electronic resources?
When Kaye Scholer's recently moved their offices, their law library made the giant transition from 10,000 linear feet to 700 linear feet of shelving for print resources. Their lawyers and librarians are instead accessing these legal materials electronically.
What do you think?
So Little Paper to Chase in a Law Firm’s New Library
When the firm Kaye Scholer moved its Manhattan office this month, it did not take 95 percent of the tens of thousands of volumes in its law library.