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15 Sep 2011, 7:39 pm by Ernie Svenson
Ross Guberman’s excellent book, Point Made, gives you practical tips that you can use to write more persuasively. [read post]
7 Jul 2011, 8:50 pm by The Estrin Report
SCOTUS Justices on the Language of Law: Advocacy and Legal Writing (and by Implication Legal Research, Too), Law Librarian Blog Standard of Review in Five Easy Steps, by Raymond Ward, the (new) legal writer The Winning Wal-Mart Brief: Six Returns, by Ross Guberman, Legal Writing Pro New... [read post]
4 Jan 2022, 5:30 am by Josh Blackman
Ross Guberman will teach a class on writing bench memos, opinions, and dissents. [read post]
16 Jul 2008, 8:01 am
We were also comforted by Ross Guberman's post at his fine Legal Writing Pro about Supreme Court grammar errors. [read post]
11 May 2010, 7:02 am by Peter Smythe
Judge’s Marked-Up Motion Hat tip to Ross Guberman of Legal Writing Pro. [read post]
5 Oct 2007, 9:21 am
  Maximize your "distinct value proposition" this weekend by reading Ross Guberman's Legal Times article 14 Tips to Become a Lighter Tighter Writer, posted on today. [read post]
3 Jul 2012, 6:00 am by admin
Ross Guberman’s book, Point Made, uses examples from top appellate advocates to say that argument headings and subheadings should be complete sentences nested within each other. [read post]
24 Mar 2011, 5:27 am by Michael Froomkin
I thought there was a lot of merit to most of the ideas in this discussion of persuasive legal writing at SCOTUSblog.I particularly agree with this part:What makes persuasive writing so hard? [read post]
15 Nov 2014, 8:25 am by Jennifer McNamee
Finally, I highly recommend picking up Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates by Ross Guberman. [read post]
1 Sep 2011, 11:35 am
Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates (Oxford University Press 2011) Legal writing coach Ross Guberman uses excerpts from briefs written by 50 of the nation’s most well-known advocates to illustrate key concepts of strong persuasive writing. [read post]
21 May 2020, 3:37 pm by Eugene Volokh
" —Ross Guberman, President of Legal Writing Pro and author of Point Made, Deal Struck, and Point Taken (leading books on legal writing and drafting) [read post]
25 Jan 2011, 6:16 am by Ross Guberman
The president of Legal Writing Pro and an adjunct professor at GW Law School, Ross Guberman is the author of the new book Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top more [read post]
18 Jan 2019, 4:03 am by Edith Roberts
Supreme Court justices handed down within a week of each other recently have given legal writing expert Ross Guberman a fresh chance to compare the writing skills of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. [read post]
10 Jun 2011, 9:15 am by Keith Lee
One of the books I had been meaning to pick up for some time is Ross Guberman’s Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates, based upon the critical acclaim it has received. [read post]
5 May 2017, 8:54 am by mKYCZwhJPG
White and Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation’s Top Advocates by Ross Guberman; 2) Use apps such as Hemingway for suggestions on grammar and style; 3) Take prose classes in high school and college; and 4) In law school, give writing classes your full attention. [read post]
24 May 2011, 1:59 pm by tjsllibrary
Bowman (Law Career Blog) More Tips for a Successful Summer from Experienced First-Year Associates – (Lexis) Advice for Summer Associates: Try Not To Be Socially Awkward (And Other Words of Wisdom) – Kashmir Hill Summer Clerkship Success – Randall Ryder ( T.I.P.S. for a Successful Summer – Jennifer Cullert (The New York Law Journal) Director’s Top Ten Tips for a Successful Summer Legal Experience – (U Law Today) Writing Tips How summer associates… [read post]
3 Oct 2011, 10:37 am by Keith Lee (Twitter link, doesn’t blog) Ross Guberman, George Washington University Law Prof. [read post]
14 Sep 2023, 5:00 am by Ernie Svenson
., having the presumption that adding more detail is useful because it indicates trustworthy “accuracy”) If you want to improve your legal writing, check out BriefCatch, a great product by attorney Ross Guberman. [read post]