When “Good Enough” Won't Cut it: 3 Tips for Plain Writing

August 7, 2015

Christine S. Azar shares something to consider when drafting legal documents

In an article discussing tips and tricks when writing, Labaton Sucharow partner Christine S. Azar proposed brevity when given page limits.

“Just because a judge gives you a 20-page limit on your brief doesn’t mean you have to use the entire 20 pages,” she said. “I had a judge in a case who said you've got a 40-page page limit, but I'll tell you right now I get bored after 20 pages, so keep that in mind.”