How summer associates can write better

, Legal Times

With the legal market tightening, summer associates will want to do more this season than avoid spilling champagne all over a partner's yacht. When you sail back from that social event to find a major writing project on your desk, strive to steer your memo around common misunderstandings that have made for rocky summers in the past. As a writing trainer for nearly 100 of the nation's top law firms, Ross Guberman has learned firsthand how to help summer associates succeed. He offers some tips.

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