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Wherever lawyers stand on legalese, they should, at least, stand on reason.
Our first impression of the LegalBoard, plus a live demo of the first Legal Keyboard.
If you regularly have to produce legal briefs in Microsoft Word, you already know that one of the most painful tasks occurs at the end: compiling the Table of Authorities. Here's how to mark citations and insert a Table of Authorities in your next brief.
Lawyers are fixated on fonts and typographical rules that went out of style decades ago. We can do better.
Lawyers often give in to the temptation of overstatement and bombast, but attorneys can often strengthen their case with understatement instead.
Mechanical keyboards look better and feel better than that horrible stock laptop that came with your desktop PC.
In this amicus brief, Randazza doesn’t just make the argument that Klingon has all the elements of a living language, he shows it.
Your first draft is never perfect. Better your writing and arguments with an editorial checklist.
If lawyers stop disarming themselves by using legalese, maybe they won't need scare quotes. Until then, we'll have to put up with them. A baby step in the right direction is much better than nothing.