Sturm College of Law
Neuro-linguistic programming describes a method of understanding how people subjectively process information through different preferred modes or representational systems.' Generally, neuro-linguistic programming classifies perceptions into three broad categories: (1) visual, (2) auditory, and (3) kinesthetic. The September Scrivener column addressed two precepts of neuro-linguistic programming in the context of legal writing. This article addresses two more.
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K.K. DuVivier, Neuro-Linguistic Programming And Writing: A New Era of Communication-Part I, 28 Colo. Law. 28 (Nov. 1999).