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Intuitive fallacies

A useful weapon

“Good writing ... is a useful tool. Or to use a metaphor more in keeping with the litigator’s image, it is a useful weapon. The more powerful the weapon, the more formidable the advocate who commands it. A litigation team with a good writer has more tactical options because maneuvers that depend on clear, forceful writing have a greater chance of success....”

Kenneth F. Oettle, Law Firm Writing Programs Are a Challenge, 181 N.J. Law J. 839 (9/5/05),  reprinted in Making Your Point 348 (2007).


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