Small Law Firms White Paper: How to Write the Hard-Hitting Brief that Judges Want

Topics: Legal Research, Litigation, Small Law Firms: Reports & White Papers, Thomson Reuters

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Of all the skills a solo practitioner or a lawyer at a small law firm have, the ability to write compelling and ultimately convincing legal briefs is the most critical of case-winning devices.

In a new white paper, How to Write the Hard-Hitting Brief that Judges Want, we take you through the steps of writing a quality and ultimately successful legal brief.

A well-reasoned and strongly researched brief can set the tone for your case and establishes your winning strategy from the outset. And, it is one of the few times judges give your argument their undivided attention — so it is vital to make this play count! Indeed, submitting a poorly written or subpar researched brief will give your opponent an advantage that places your client’s rights, freedom, or money at risk — not to mention your career or your reputation.

So, whether you are an experienced attorney who has written hundreds of briefs or are just starting out, the advice in this white paper — specifically aimed at small law firm lawyers and solo practitioners — will help you craft a hard-hitting brief that will win the respect of judges.


Download the white paper “How to Write the Hard-Hitting Brief that Judges Want” here.