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Uniformity vs. Creativity In A Law Practice

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March 26, 2015

“COMES NOW the writer” is the tongue-in-cheek opening to an article about uniformity vs. creativity in the practice of law, by the director of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Management Assistance Program. He addresses a number of practice and practice management issues, including redundancy and archaic phrases in legal documents, acknowledging the questions he raises aren’t simple. But the concept he posits is: If you can agree in advance on what will be “uniform” and stick to it, there will be room for creativity where it counts. He make the case it’s a principle worth applying, whether it’s in writing contracts or how the firm’s lawyers set up their case files.

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