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The Supreme Court of Ohio, Commission on Professionalism, has published Professionalism Dos & Don’ts: Legal Writing.[1] Each Do and Don’t has several subpoints. Over the next few months, I plan to take a more in-depth look at some of these Dos and Don’ts and offer examples and suggestions for how appellate advocates can implement the Dos and avoid the Don’ts. This is the fifth post in the series. Do provide appropriate signposts: Do consider using headings and summaries. Do use transitions between sections that guide the reader from one argument to the next, especially in longer pieces of writing.… Continue Reading Professionalism in Legal Writing – Dos and Don’ts, Part V