July 16, 2011
writing for generalist judges
Doug Abrams has written a short article that may help law students better understand the audience they are writing to when that audience is a judge. In Effective Written Advocacy before Generalist Judges: Advice from Recent Decisions, he uses judges' own perspectives and words to explain what is helpful (and not helpful) for them. The article is published in the Spring 2011 issue of Precedent, the Missouri bar's quarterly magazine.
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