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Putting Skills into Practice: Legal Problem Solving and Writing for New Lawyers

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Edition: 2014
Author(s): BARNETT


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Putting Skills Into Practice: Legal Problem Solving and Writing for New Lawyers is a concise and practical reference to help new associates and other beginning lawyers prepare all types of law-practice documents, from internal office communications, client letters, and court briefs to transactional agreements. The author, Daniel L. Barnett, is a Professor of Law and the Director of Legal Writing at the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii. Before joining the faculty at Hawaii, he was a corporate and securities lawyer at two major law firms and taught at Boston College Law School and Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. As a nationally-recognized expert on legal writing, he has consulted with a variety of law firms and governmental agencies, focusing on lawyer training. Through this work, he has found that many beginning lawyers struggle with legal writing because they are unable to effectively apply the skills they acquired in law school to the work environment. This book is designed to bridge that gap by providing a step-by-step guide to help new lawyers successfully prepare law-practice documents from the first day on the job.


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Format Paperback
ISBN 9781454818212
Edition 2014
Publisher Aspen Publishers