Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Scribes - The American Society of Legal Writers

Scribes, the American Society of Legal Writers, is a national organization of legal writers promoting a clear, succinct, and forceful style in legal writing. Founded in 1953 by New Jersey Supreme Court Chief Justice Arthur T. Vanderbilt, Scribes creates an interest in legal writing by awarding annual writing awards, conducting writing seminars, and publishing a quarterly newsletter and the Scribes Journal of Legal Writing.

The Michigan Bar Journal has an article from a copule of years ago that introduces Scribes - The American Society of Legal Writers.  Click here to read it. 

Click here for more information about Scribes.

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