Busy litigators love forms. We have templates for everything from initial appearances to final orders. But maybe all those forms are interfering with our ability to represent our clients, at least when it comes to motion advocacy.
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Month: April 2017
When you are crafting a complicated legal argument, the line spacing on your brief probably isn’t at the top of your list. But ignoring the court rules about brief formatting could become an expensive mistake.
There’s only so many hours in a day. If you are a busy lawyer, you could be juggling a number of priorities every day. And you never know when a client crisis could push you past your deadline and over the edge.