Learn how to communicate more effectively by writing accessible, understandable, and persuasive documents. At its core, effective writing requires you to write for your audience, not for yourself. This on-demand program explains what this means and how to do it. The tips and tricks offered in these two online videos and course materials apply to any form of legal writing: drafting affidavits, statements of claim, mediation briefs, client reporting letters, and more.
One sneak preview tip – organization and visual presentation are critical. Use bullets, headings, and charts, to organize your document and to help the reader more quickly and easily follow your argument.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person program in September 2014. Total running time is 2 hours, 30 minutes.
Eugene Meehan QC, Supreme Advocacy LLP
Hon. Justice M.B. Bielby, Court of Appeal of Alberta
Everett Bunnell QC, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Jon Faulds QC, Field LLP
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