Wednesday, August 30, 2006

The Purpose of Legal Writing Classes

For anyone in law school who wonders why they're forcing you to take a writing class when you've already acheived a four-year undergraduate degree, so you presumably know how to write, and how stupid do they think you are anyway . . .

I present Exhibit A, courtesy of Joe from the excellent Roth & Co. tax updates blog:
[f]or the claimant with the Federal Claim No.: _________________ is with the damage by the loss of the love and nurturing of the children and for the freedom for the use of his property for the pain of the body and mind for the loss.

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