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"Legal writers can learn a lot from journalists about writing," says Raymond Ward at the (new) legal writer. With this in mind, he offers Tim Radford’s "25 commandments for journalists," subtitled “a manifesto for the simple scribe.” Good reading.
February 07, 2011 in Legal Writing | Permalink
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