Matthew Salzwedel

Matthew Salzwedel

Matthew R. Salzwedel is a former lead managing editor of the Minnesota Law Review. After law school, he clerked for the Minnesota Court of Appeals and practiced commercial and antitrust litigation in Minneapolis and Philadelphia. He now is corporate counsel at a Minneapolis-based company.

The Motion to Compel: Think Tactically & Keep it Simple

Spell-Checkers Won’t Catch These Usage Bungles

10 Takeaways from Typography for Lawyers

The Enigmatic Em Dash

Faux Words of Precision—Part 1

Fear Not Beginning Sentences with And or But

Use 5-Cent Words for 10-Dollar Ideas

Effective Writing is Efficient Writing

Is it Time for Contractions in Legal Writing?

Face It — Bad Legal Writing Wastes Money

Don’t Miss These Marks in Your Legal Writing

The Pitfalls of Sentence Adverbs in Legal Writing

Legal-Writing Resolutions for 2013 (Part Two)

Legal-Writing Resolutions for 2013 (Part One)

Striking Introductions Make Memorable Legal Writing