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Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Capitalization

1. Capitalize the first word of a sentence. For example: The client called three times. Do not put the matter off any longer. 2. Capitalize the first word of a sentence within sentence (even if it is not within quotation…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office AdamsDrafting

At AdamsDrafting, Ken Adams focuses on the actual language of contracts. And his approach to contract drafting is relevant to lawyers outside the U.S. As Adam’s makes clear on his site, contracts drafted in the common law countries not only…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation

Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation by Lynne Truss. A book for people who love punctuation, this book takes a humorous approach to the English system of punctuation, particularly commas and semicolons.

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Blog @ Legalwriting.net

Selected as one of “The best websites by lawyers for lawyers.” by the ABA Journal Blawg 100, Wayne Schiess’s Blog @ Legalwriting.net is an excellent resource for those wishing to fine-tune their legal writing. Schiess directs the legal-writing program at…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Apostrophes & Possessives [ ' ]

1) When two words are made into one word, use the apostrophe where one or more letters have been removed. For example: isn’t couldn’t weren’t Note: Stylistically, the use of contractions is not recommended for formal writing. The apostrophe is…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Colons [ : ]

1) Use the colon to introduce a list. For example: We need a lawyer who is: aggressive educated well connected 2) Use the colon before a list in a sentence when introductory words such as for example or for instance,…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Semicolons [ ; ]

1) Use the semicolon in place of a period to separate two complete sentences where the conjunction – and, but, for, or, nor, so, or yet – has been left out. For example: Contact me next week; I will tell…

Cropped image of hand of businessman wrtting notes in a meeting at office Commas [ , ]

1) Use commas to separate a series of three or more words, groups of words, or phrases. For example: The proceeds are to be divided equally among development, research, marketing, and entertainment. Note: Omitting the comma after marketing would indicate…


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