Add a Little Fiction Into Your Legal Writing

Add a Little Fiction Into Your Legal Writing
Add a Little Fiction to Your Legal Writing. Sounds like a contradiction? Not necessarily. Before Steve Berry was a New York Times and #1 International bestselling author, he was a trial lawyer. Thirty years of active practice taught him about legal writing, what works, what doesn't. Fifteen bestselling novels tuaght Steve how to engage a reader. Legal Writing is designed to persuade. Novelists entertain. But these two goals are not mutually exclusive. In a compelling one-hour session Steve brings both skills together in a CLE program designed to help lawyers not only grab their reader's attention, but make thier point. The talk includes: Eleven Rules of legal writing Practical advice on how to apply those rules for clear, concise and compelling arguments A review of some definits dos and don'ts Join Steve for a 1 hour meet and greet at 2 p.m. prior to the start of the CLE program in Rodey Meeting Room.

Please note: for remote-access programs, each registrant MUST access the program from individual devices (i.e. computer, table, mobile or office phone). Groups of attorneys who access a program together from one device will not receive credit.
4/11/2017 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Steve Berry

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