This article was originally published in The Trial Advocate, Vol. 41 No. 3 (2022). Used with permission.
There is no shortage of legal writing books and articles that young lawyers can use to improve their writing skills. But given all the demands the legal profession places on us, lawyers, when can one find the time to read and, most importantly, implement all that advice, some of which is most unrealistic given the deadline-driven reality we live in? My aim in this column is to repeat as little as possible from that textbook advice. My focus will be on some practical tips and how to implement them in the context of writing persuasive summary judgment motions or responses in opposition to such motions under the recently amended Florida summary judgment standard.
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