Coming today to LitigationWorld: A brief involves making thousands of decisions. Fortunately, legal writing scholars have begun studying some of these to identify best practices. In this issue of LitigationWorld, lawyer and legal writing expert Ed Good discusses the latest research regarding "issue framing" in trial and appellate briefs. Should you use the time-honored "whether" approach or a newer method? Whether or not you agree with the research, you'll find this look at one of the most important components of a brief nothing short of fascinating. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for a review of Trial Notebook, an iPad app for preparing for trials.
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