The passing of Antonin Scalia took America by surprise and has lit up the political landscape. While Scalia’s legal opinions and perspectives were controversial, to say the least, his command of the written word, particularly the scathing dissent, will be an important part of his legacy.
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You heard it in law school: it’s important to include a well-written brief with every motion. But why? Is it really worth the time and effort to write the brief when you can just argue the motion yourself at hearing? Here are 3 reasons why you should take your professors’ advice. 1. Framing the Issue […]