808 Advanced Legal Writing: Writing for Law Practice - §001, Fall 2013

Categories: Legal Writing Law Practice Skills

Instructor(s) Weigold, Ursula

Students will write the types of documents that are typical in representing clients in a case: engagement letters, demand letters, pleadings, discovery requests and responses, communications with opposing counsel, mediation statements, motions, affidavits, and trial-level briefs. They will learn how to adapt their tone, format, and substance to a variety of practice settings and audiences. They will refine their research and writing skills through in-class exercises, peer critique, and extensive instructor feedback. Instructor: Ursula Weigold

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