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Face it — bad legal writing is a waste of money
A recent article on FindLaw.com called “Five Ways Attorneys Waste Money” claimed that attorneys can cut clients’ costs by avoiding needless motions; staffing cases leanly; focusing on the important issues; avoiding petty spats with the opposition; and being smart about when to settle. But the article ignored the most important way attorneys can save money for their firms and clients: by learning how to write in plain English.