Chad Owens Publishes a Series on Writing
The two primary tools used by lawyers are the spoken word and the written word. The ability to speak and write persuasively gives a lawyer—and in turn, the client—a distinct advantage at all levels of legal representation.
For example, a well-written brief can win a case before it even goes to trial. A well-argued trial can win a jury verdict. And a well-written appellate brief can cause a favorable ruling at trial to be affirmed or an unfavorable ruling to be reversed.
To that end, appellate lawyer Chad Owens has published a four-part series titled, “Steps to Better Writing.” Chad uses the strategies and techniques discussed in those articles on a weekly basis to provide the best possible written advocacy for his clients.
If you need effective representation—during contract negotiations, in a lawsuit, or on appeal—contact the Snellgrove Law Firm. We pride ourselves on our lawyers’ abilities to communicate clearly and effectively on our clients’ behalf, thereby giving our clients their best chance for success.