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Lawyers and their personalities

We had a really interesting session at Bristol’s KN-UK yesterday lunchtime all about personality types and how to understand them, and a discussion about how we could all apply this to help us work more efficiently and smoothly with lawyers … Continue reading

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Writing in plain English (Part 4 of 4)

  Yesterday Sarah gave us a really useful acronym – write – to improve the process of our writing. Today, in our last discussion, I asked her to drill down some more on how to write clearly and what to … Continue reading

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Writing in plain English (Part 2)

Yesterday I asked Sarah Fox, the 500 word lawyer and advocate for plain English in legal writing, about whether there truly was a problem with clarity in the legal profession. Today I ask Sarah about the benefits of writing clearly. … Continue reading

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