Bar Bulletin

Bar Bulletin

Bar Talk October 2022

October 2022 Bar Bulletin

By Ruth Apahidean Harper

When autumn arrives, I jump into my custom of sipping warm (and sometimes sugary) lattes. Partly due to advertising and the rest to habit, I have hardly changed this routine. Because mindless routines can easily be the default, I try to be aware of areas where a cookie cutter approach can be both good and bad. Lately, I have analyzed my habits when drafting pleadings and discovery. Granted, pleadings cannot and arguably should not be reinvented every time they are drafted. Templates and a clear, default structure are needed, but careful consideration of how these documents are written and how they can...

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