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Relativity Fest 2018

LIE230321 - ILTA and Relativity Fest Present Finding the Fun in Writing Fundamentals

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Session Description

Writing skills are mission critical for lawyers and paralegals, and studies show that even those in the technical fields advance faster and are more effective with colleagues if they know how to write well.

The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) began Finding the Fun in Writing Fundamentals, a legal technology writing skills program, at ILTACON, and now ILTA and Relativity are pleased to bring it to you in an ILTA webinar live from Relativity Fest. Whether you’re trying to write motions, pleadings, effective emails, team bios, technical training manuals, client timekeeping entries, blogs, or social media posts, this program will guide you through the writing process and help you communicate better in the legal technology workplace. In addition, we’ll examine legal matters where writing errors have influenced the outcome of the case.

Join us for writing best practices from Gary Kinder of Wordrake, a nationally recognized writing coach who has appeared on The New York Times Best Sellers List, and Relativity’s David Horrigan, a longtime legal author and former reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal—with retired US Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck of DLA Piper providing guidance and sharing some of the biggest legal writing blunders he’s seen—in this fun and educational program.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.


Additional Information
Legal and Industry Education
Yes
Industry General
Law in Practice
In-house Counsel, Outside Counsel, Paralegal, Review Attorney
1 hour
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