Legal writing, Paragraph
Sturm College of Law
Constructing a paragraph is somewhat like constructing a house. Our sentences are like the boards that form the frame of our ideas. However, those boards may end up looking more like a pile of lumber than an actual building if we do not connect them in a logical way.
K.K. DuVivier, The House that Jack Built with Effective Transitions, 36 Colo. Law. 51 (Jan.2007).
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