by Diana Simon
Professor Diana Simon of the College of Arizona James E. Rogers Faculty of Regulation has written an entertaining and informative information to grammar and punctuation for authorized writing. I’ve learn it cowl to cowl, and I cherished it. It’s a reference—but it surely’s extra. It has stable explanations (the why of grammar and punctuation)—but it surely has extra. It recounts the tales—the true circumstances—that present that grammar and punctuation matter.
- The declare dismissed due to the passive voice
- The deportation case that hinged on a semicolon
- The failure of a criticism due to apostrophe errors
It’s readable, sensible, and fascinating. I like to recommend it to legal-writing school, working towards legal professionals, paralegals, judges, judicial clerks, and anybody who cares about authorized writing.
Search for my ebook evaluation forthcoming in Authorized Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD in spring 2023.
The (Not too Severe) Grammar, Punctuation, and Fashion to Authorized Writing is revealed by Carolina Educational Press.