Legal Writing and Technology
This post discusses ways to use videoconferencing, particularly Zoom, for depositions or trial preparation and testimony, including the recording and screen-sharing features.
A multi-chapter resource about how disclosures and discovery can be a burden on small firms, but software like Adobe Acrobat Pro can save time and help you get the case organized for trial.
A Four-Stage Approach to Effectively Editing Your Appellate Brief: Wes Hendrix’s Four Stages of Effective Self-Editing
Good appellate briefs are hard to write and require working through several stages. Prepare a better appellate brief with this overview of Wes Hendrix’s four stages of effective self-editing.
Jack Metzler’s forthcoming article about using the (cleaned up) parenthetical for altered quotations makes a good case for streamlining the Bluebook rules on quotations in legal writing.