Lawyers are egregious when it comes to mixing up which and that—probably because the former sounds more lawyer-y. But most could use a good refresher on whether and if, too. And nor and farther v. further and … well, just read this. (Hat tip to Lifehacker.)
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Sam Glover has been writing about law practice technology, management, marketing, and other stuff on Lawyerist since 2007. He also consults on appeals and motion practice. When he isn't blogging or lawyering, Sam drinks espresso and sharpens pencils.
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