NFPA Webinar: Legal Writing - April 24, 2014

About the Webinar

Write to the Point: Say What You Mean; Mean What You Say

  1. Know Your Audience
  2. The 5Ws of Writing
  3. Be Clear, Concise and Organized
  4. Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling and Proofreading
  5. Fact check and credit sources
  6. Types of Legal Documents
  7. Your Writing Reflects You
  8. Questions

Start Time 1 PM Eastern / 10 AM Pacific
Presented using GoToWebinar
NFPA Approved for 1 hour CLE
Member Cost $20 / Non-Member $30

About the Speaker

Mianne Besser works in the litigation group at Otten Johnson Robinson Neff + Ragonetti as they represent business and real estate clients in litigation, bankruptcy and land use matters. The group’s practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial litigation, and Mianne contributes her 18 years of experience as a litigation paralegal. Mianne is currently serving as president of the Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association (RMPA). Mianne has a Paralegal Certificate from Denver Paralegal Institute (1996) and a B.A., Management and Business Administration, University of Phoenix, Colorado Campus (1993).

Cancellation and refunds:

Cancellations may be made up to 24 hours before the webinar with a full refund minus a $5 administrative fee. Within 24 hours of the webinar start, cancellations receive no refunds.

modified 4/9/2014

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