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U.S. Government Teaches Us “How to Write Good”

We have written before about the benefits of plain speak in appellate opinions. We have also written about the importance of consistency in brief writing.

I would like to throw one more resource into the ring, courtesy of the Plain Language Action and Information Network. If you need some (tongue-in-cheek) tips on how to improve your writing, see the organization’s 51 rules of “How to Write Good” here.

–Kip Nelson

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