Legal writing, Audience
Sturm College of Law
This column is the second in a series analyzing feedback from readers about what they believe is good legal writing. In the January 2006 Scrivener, I provided a survey containing writing samples for three parts of an objective legal analysis. The survey questions asked readers to indicate which samples they preferred and why, and to comment on specific devices used in the samples.
K.K. DuVivier, “Beholder” Reflections—Part II, 35 Colo. Law. 93 (July 2006).
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