Briefly: The Persuasive Value of a Well-Crafted Citation

By Eric Magnuson and Kaitlin Ek

April 15, 2022

All of us can agree that legal writing is one of the most important tools you have on your belt for winning appeals. Good legal writing can clarify complex legal principles, cast the evidentiary record in the most favorable light, and persuade a judge to accept your argument instead of your opponent's.

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