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Writing for Lawyers: Essentials of Effective Legal Writing for Summer Associates and Legal Interns
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When: 5/20/2014
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Sullivan and Cromwell LLP
125 Broad Street
New York, New York 
United States
Contact: Practicing Attorneys for Law Students Program, Inc. (PALS)

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Writing for Lawyers
Essentials of Effective Legal Writing
for Summer Associates and Legal Interns
Sponsored by:

Sullivan & Cromwell    

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 
"One should aim not at being possible to understand, but at being impossible to misunderstand."
PALS is pleased to once again offer a writing workshop to PALS minority summer associates and interns. Writing is a critical element of attorney development, and we encourage law students to take advantage of this opportunity. 

This interactive program, created for summer associates and interns, teaches specific strategies for writing clear and concise legal documents, whether briefs, memos, letters, or emails. Through examples and exercises, participants learn to eliminate common writing weaknesses on four levels: document organization, paragraph construction, sentence structure, and word choice. 

About Our Facilitator:  

Founded in 2003, Rosky Legal Education is a leading training firm dedicated to helping lawyers improve their communication skills and overcome barriers to professional 
success. Its custom teaching methods focus on building clients' confidence and skills. Rosky's clients are AmLaw 100 law firms throughout the United States and around the world. It provides an experienced team of writing and speech coaches including former large-firm lawyers and educators from top law schools.

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Registration ends on May 16, 2014


PALS Mission Statement: 

PALS is dedicated to enhancing the skills and careers of minority law students and early career attorneys. PALS does this by offering customized mentoring, educational and professional development opportunities. PALS provides resources to augment the law school and employer training of, respectively, minority law students and beginning lawyers, and will continue to offer its services free of charge.


PALS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization


Providing Mentoring, Career and Skills Development for Minorities in the 

 Legal Profession Since 1984