Abstract

In this column for Kentucky Bar Association's magazine (B&B - Bench & Bar), Professor Hazelwood makes four suggestions to "un-clutter" legal writing. Practitioners are encouraged to: (1) limit string citations; (2) keep citations at the end of the sentence; (3) use explanatory parentheticals to explain the significance of citations, but not to replace text; and (4) avoid unnecessary repetition.

Document Type

Commentary

Publication Date

5-2014

Notes/Citation Information

Published in B&B - Bench & Bar, May 2014, pp. 16-17

Citation / Publisher Attribution

Kristin J. Hazelwood, Citations: Suggestions for Citing Authority Without Distracting the Reader, B&B - Bench & Bar Magazine (May 2014).

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