Monday, July 2, 2012

Grammar in the Legal Workplace

In light of the various presentations at the LWI Conference concerning how to prepare students for practice, and whether and how LRW professors should teach our students grammar, the ABA Journal Weekly Newsletter has provided some interesting commentary. See the article here.

According to the article, it seems that legal employers, among others, are becoming “sticklers” with regard to proper grammar, usage and punctuation. Just some food for thought as we begin to plan and update our syllabi for the upcoming semester.

(ldj)

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