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August 11, 2004

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David Giacalone

In my experience, indvidual lawyers (like most human beings) are consistent -- they either write consistently well or poorly. The ones who write poorly seem to be either unable to think clearly or too lazy to produce good work. The first category may never be able to write well and the second category are unlikely to use the time or energy it would take to follow Dennis' good advice.

Jeremy

David,

Call me an optimist, but I think every person can improve their writing abilities - even those who are currently poor writers.

Abnu

Even those who write poorly?

josh

good writing tips, you should write for you not other poeple

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