Improve your writing by using active voice, action verbs, present tense, singular nouns and other principles of clear writing . Get inspired by reading an article about the importance of improving writing throughout your career. Then enhance your writing skills by reading articles about Common Mistakes , Grammar Goofs , Muddled Writing , Writing Tips and Resources . Visit the Federal Register website for its Plain Language Tools , Drafting Resources , Newsletter and Handbook . Read ABA books about Grammar and Writing, Judicial Perspectives on the Written Word , and Legal Writing Resources . Proofread your writing with Grammarly , Microsoft Edtor , and other writing tools .
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Set aside time in your daily schedule to check developments in law, technology, and practice management. Keep current by subscribing to top ranked aggregators , associations , blogs , newspapers , podcasts , twitter feeds , and websites . U se social media posts for quick updates and other sources for deeper learning. Listen to podcasts or social media while commuting, exercising, or travelling. For more strategies, read articles about preemption checking , how to check facts and stay current on legal news and current events . And check the resources at websites maintained by law libraries at universities of HK , USF , and UW .
September is International Podcasting Month which comes at a time of growing interest in podcasts by listeners and media companies. Podcasting requires more time and money than other marketing activities, but it can help you and your firm stand out from others. Start by listening to podcasts for lawyers at Legal Talk Network (LTN) and reading articles about podcasting by lawyers , finding listeners , launching a podcast , and producing one . Then read a book like Podcasting for Dummies for step-by-step guidance. Contact LTN to for professional help with recording, post production, marketing, and publication.