The Winning Brief: 100 Tips for Persuasive Briefing in Trial and Appellate Court

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Good writing wins court cases. Now, one of America's most sought-after experts on legal writing offers a tested guide to preparing successful briefs - the written arguments lawyers present to judges and juries. In 100 concise, practical, easy-to-use sections, Bryan A. Garner goes step by step through the art of effective legal writing. He covers it all - from the rules for planning and organizing a brief to openers that can capture a judge's attention from the first few words. "Never write a sentence that you couldn't ...

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mitak

Apr 8, 2010

Got to read

Garner's books on brief writing are a must read for every lawyer. Don't go to trial wthout them.

jmmartin

Apr 3, 2008

Not Just for Lawyers Anymore

Mr. Garner's book is primarily aimed at attorneys who do briefs, memoranda of law, motions for summary judgment, &c., but guess what? It's a treasure trove of advice for ALL writers and types of writing, even fiction. Since reading it, I've put its advice to practical use in everything from email to state supreme court briefs and I am convinced it's the best book on writing since Strunk and White. Highly recommended, especially for all of us windbags and obfuscatory wordsmiths: Garner teaches you to pare down and prop up. A remarkable tome to say the least.

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