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Book recommendation for lawyers

By September 16, 2011Uncategorized

Who has the courage to write another book that purports to teach lawyers how to write better briefs? And even if they have courage, do they have something truly new and useful to say?

Apparently so.

Ross Guberman’s excellent book, Point Made, gives you practical tips that you can use to write more persuasively. He gives you the tip, and then shows you how the that technique was used in a real world legal brief. I don’t even know how to convey how exquisite this book is. All I can say is if you write legal briefs you need a copy of this book, and don’t put it on your shelf.

Keep it on your desk where you can refer to it often. Because that’s what you’ll be doing.

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