Structuring the Issues
Last time, we looked at structuring the facts section of your document. The next section that we’ll discuss, where you articulate the issues or questions presented, is a little trickier. Even so, because the work you do here lays the groundwork for the rest of your document, getting it right is one thing that separates a great legal writer from a mediocre one.
For both your clients and your supervisors, the issues section is a map that highlights your destination. If you set out your...
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