The audience is often the best critic, and rarely more so than when the writer is an attorney and the reader is a judge considering the attorney's brief in a case before the court. Here are several judges' suggestions for writing briefs that will help your case. The first tip? Leave the venom at home!
Douglas E. Abrams,
10 Tips for Effective Brief Writing, 88 Wisconsin Lawyer 14
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