The\Law As Architecture / Edition 1by Jill J. Ramsfield
Pub. Date: 04/28/2000
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
By coordinating form and function, structure and style, you can create harmonious, unified documents that are accurate and elegant. Just as architects design buildings to meet specific purposes and cater to their clients' needs, so lawyers design documents. You can design as architects do: by interviewing clients, understanding the products they have in mind, and designing documents accordingly. This book uses architecture as a visual guide to the legal writer's daily questions: How big should it be? Who is going to use it? What do they want? Who takes priority? How many sections? How are they connected?
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