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Stop Sentencing Your Sentences to Death and Instead Empower Them to Persuade Plus Purposeful Obfuscation

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Coming today to LitigationWorld: Litigators often write sentences that drone on like a senator engaged in a filibuster. Not many people tune into C-Span to watch filibusters. In this issue of LitigationWorld, legal writing expert Ed Good explains how to calculate whether your sentences are too long. He then provides four tips for writing sentences with more persuasive impact. From the art of inversion to saving the best for last and much more, these tips you must not miss. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for Bryan Garner's take on purposeful obfuscation in legal writing.

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