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In the late 1980s, I received a call from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Officials there asked if I would conduct an on-site program in effective legal writing for 150 lawyers in Washington and New York. Of course, I said. I do that for a living. After providing programs for those 150 lawyers, the SEC officials called back and asked if I would present a “special” course for the managing attorneys. “We want them to use the same approach in their editing,” they said.
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