How can you take serviceable writing to the next level, and make it sing? Bret Rappaport has an answer: make your language more musical by minding its rhythm, flow, and tone. Get that right, and your writing will not only be more aesthetically pleasing; it will be more persuasive. Interested? Then read Bret’s article, Using the Elements of Rhythm, Flow, and Tone to Create a More Effective and Persuasive Acoustic Experience in Legal Writing.
Must have been a slow-news day in L.A. and at the ABA. Some law blogs (including this one) covered the same story back in September 2006.