I recently wrote a short article on motions for summary judgment which the Georgia Bar Journal has published in its April 2013 issue. The article can be found on the Georgia Bar Journal website.
Many of the points I offer in the article are not only applicable to motions for summary judgment, but are applicable to many other types of documents lawyers draft as well. It’s always a good idea to “begin with the end in mind” and make sure the “little things” are correct. As the column name suggests, writing really does matter in the practice of law.