December 9, 2011
Legal Writing for Persuasive Cases
Writing well takes time and patience. It is a process.
On December 15, the Columbus Bar welcomes faculty from Capital University Law School to teach CLE attendees how to persuade through organization, precision, imagery, and accuracy. They will discuss how to construct a winning document from start to finish. This seminar is designed for every practitioner who has ever written a persuasive document or will write one in the future!
The course runs from 9:00am-12:15pm for 3.0 CLE hours. Faculty includes Janet George Blocher and Jeff Snapp, professors of Legal Research and Writing; Risa Dinitz Lazaroff, Director of Legal Research and Writing, and Director of Legal Drafting.
Register online for this event, or call 614/221.4112. This seminar is CLE Easy Pass eligible.