November 01, 2012

Introduction: ABA Basic Guide to Punctuation, Grammar, Workplace Productivity, and Time Management

Jayne Paryzek Kracker

From ABA Basic Guide to Punctuation, Grammar, Workplace Productivity, and Time Management

  • Write with the reader in mind; format with the reader in mind.
  • Aim to create the appropriate overall impression in style, format, and content.

This basic review guide is directed to employees in law offices and related workplaces who review documentation for grammatical correctness, provide written information to the legal community, or create general correspondence while often faced with time constraints, deadlines, and stress. A document is a reflection on the employer, colleagues, and individual. Good grammar does matter. Good grammar is important. Good grammar eliminates ambiguity.

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