Legal writing, Audience
Sturm College of Law
This is the final column in a series addressing reader expectations for objective legal writing. In the January 2006 Scrivener, I posted three samples of objective legal writing and asked readers to give me feedback through an online survey about which they preferreda nd why. The May and July columns provided analysis of reader responses to introductory and rule explanation paragraphs. This column reports on reader reactions as to what many lawyers would argue is the most important part of a legal analysis: application of the legal rule to a client's facts.
K.K. DuVivier, “Beholder” Reflections—Part III, 35 Colo. Law. 99 (Sept. 2006).
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