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Motion Practice in Civil Litigation: Drafting & Advocacy - Part I

Presented by Matthew Carter

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Course Description

Length: 1h 0min    Published: 9/13/2018    
Studies have shown that a well-written motion has a greater chance at success even apart from the merits of the case. Part 1 of this course focuses on the art of drafting and legal writing in order to make briefs more persuasive for judges and law clerks. The course addresses how to write specific documents like motions, oppositions, and replies, as well as the finer aspects of writing like proofreading and general advocacy tips.
Learning Objectives
* Gain insight into the art of brief drafting
* Understand different writing techniques for different types of court documents
* Learn best practices for proofreading
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Presented By:

Matthew Carter

Las Vegas, NV


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"Clear, easy-to-follow instruction with practical tips for succeeding in motion practice."

   Kathleen C

"Excellent review of motion practice, even for a thirty year litigator."

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