Effective Legal Writing
Bobbs-Merrill, 1953 - 313 lappuses
Frank E. Cooper has undertaken to do something about improving the readability of the opinions, briefs, contracts, and other legal documents written by lawyers. Courses in legal draftsmanship have been introduced in a number of law schools. This book is developed from a course that has been offered by the University of Michigan Law School.
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