The Importance of Readability- A Legal Editing Primer

01 Nov , 2024

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As any of the recent legal news stories about artificial intelligence clarify, the legal world becomes is highly reliant on technology. Changes have been coming for decades: computers have replaced typewriters; electronic filing has replaced hand delivery; and trial presentation software has replaced exhibit binders. Yet, for many lawyers, their writing and editing skills remain in the dark ages. Utilizing technology can improve your legal writing, even if you’re not ready to adopt cutting edge tools. 

This presentation introduces you to one easy-to-use tool included in Microsoft Word itself that will help improve your legal writing and editing.

 

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