Active voice makes legal writing clearer, stronger, and keeps the reader interested. But what are active and passive voice? Learn how to use active voice.
Proofreading your document is critical for every legal writer. How do you proofread effectively? Use this tip from UWorld to proofread effectively.
Good writing is so important for legal writers and law students. Here are some helpful tips to use commas the right way.
Don’t be that person who writes about the “statue of frauds” or “waving a privilege.” Instead, be the person who catches the tricky typos that spellcheck misses.
Nix the legalese! It’s stale, stuffy, and a huge turnoff for judges. Change “thereafter” to “later,” “instant case” to “here,” “inasmuch as” to “since,” and so on.