Law360, New York (June 13, 2016, 2:09 PM EDT) -- Written briefs, memorandums and even letters to judges have the power to make or break a case, so you should think twice before skimping on your next writing project. Here, Law360 looks at three ways attorneys can become known as standout writers.
Keep the Word Count Slim
It's important to steer clear of verbosity and keep documents as short as possible, according to Michael Rynowecer, president and founder of The BTI Consulting Group Inc.
"Use as absolutely few words as possible, and once you've used as...
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