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All legal writers want to express themselves clearly. But how do we do that? How did accomplished orators, like FDR and JFK, capture us by their oratory? And how do skilled advocates express complex ideas so clearly? What characteristics do these orators and advocates share? And what is it about these communicators’ methods that allow us to process and remember their messages so well? Come hear Judge Bacharach, a judge on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, share his perspective on these questions from his recently published book, Legal Writing: A Judge’s Perspective on the Science and Rhetoric of the Written Word.
Written materials are available HERE.
2 general CLE credits approved.
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