Quo Jure -- MCLE
Posted by Quo Jure on 8/19/06
Lawyers lose without well-written briefs.
But research and writing takes time, and there's no way to
A practicing lawyer's time vanishes: in court, in
deposition, in conference, in transit, on the phone, at
CLE, paying the bills, making it rain, hiring and firing
staff, and taking care of the myriad other
responsibilities of a private practice.
Research and writing demands focus, expertise,
perseverance, native ability, and an affinity for the task
that not every lawyer can muster.
But somebody has to actually find the cases, read them,
think about the structure, and then write, revise, and re-
write until the argument's force is irresistible.
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