Persuasive Writing for Lawyers with Honorable Gerald Lebovits
(2.5 skills, 0.5 ethics)
In 150 entertaining and informative
minutes, Judge Lebovits will share easy-to-remember and
simple-to-understand methods of persuasive writing that will make a
difference in your next court case. This presentation is jam-packed
with practical advice, from making every word count to making a court
want to rule for you.
- Elements of a Winning Brief
- How to Write Clearly and Ethically
- Using the Right Organization and Style
- Legal Writing Do’s and Don’ts
About the Presenter
Gerald Lebovits is a judge of the New York City Civil
Court, Housing Part, and an adjunct
professor at St.
John’s University School of Law, where he was
elected Adjunct Professor of the Year, and at Columbia Law School. For 18 years
Judge Lebovits was an adjunct professor at New
York Law School, where he also
earned Adjunct Professor of the Year honors. Judge Lebovits has authored many publications, including
the New York State Bar Association Journal’s Legal Writer column
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2010 NYSBA CLE Webcast Archive
This program was recorded on February 19, 2010.
This archived webcast is a video online program that you
will view and listen to on your computer screen. The program code for
each topic that you write on the included MCLE Form only appears on the
screen and is not announced by audio.