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How to draft a judgment

In Louisiana, the winner at a hearing or trial usually gets to draft the judgment. But most lawyers have little to no training in that task. Filling that void is Gail Stephenson’s new article in the Louisiana Bar Journal, Drafting Lucid, Unmistakable (and Valid) Judgments. It’s written mainly for Louisiana lawyers, but lawyers from other states may find some useful lessons in it.

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