Writing/Proofreading/Editing

08Apr2015

An Oh-So-Different, Effective Approach to Strong Cover Letters

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Cover letters are usually boring. About 98 percent of the time it’s entirely possible that your cover letter is just like the last one that the employer read. In fact, while not word for word, I’ll bet it goes something like: To whom it may concern: “I noticed your ad for a litigation paralegal.
01Aug2013

The Importance of Proofreading

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By Kathy Sieckman, PP, PLS, CLA
Believe it or not, people are judging you every day by your grammar skills—or a lack thereof. A letter, email, or document from your firm may be the first (and only) impression that a client, opposing counsel, judge, or prospective client gets of you,
01Apr2011

Proofreading Tips

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By Judith Di-Castri
Proofreading is the final, key, stage of writing.  You will have spent time planing, writing and re-writing your document so make sure you also invest he time in profreading.  A silly spelling eror or missing apostrophe could change the meaning of your message and it will definitely give the wrong impression of you an you firm.