Tag Archives: Research & Writing

Clerks Who Publish – That Means You Too

Excerpted from MsJd.org (click here for original article) Jumping off of the theme of using your time wisely during your judicial clerkship and closing gaps in your resume, this month’s post details the process for getting published. If you have never published before this may seem like a daunting task. However, it’s a great opportunity if […]

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Good Grammar Should Be Everyone’s Business

Reposted from Harvard Business Review (click for original article) Today [March 4] is National Grammar Day, a reminder that good grammar is instrumental in conveying ideas with clarity, professionalism, and precision. Even so, the informality of e-mail, texting, and tweeting has crept deep into company communications. It is not uncommon to hear a coworker make […]

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I Won’t Hire People Who Use Poor Grammar. Here’s Why.

Reposted from HBR Blog Network If you think an apostrophe was one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, you will never work for me. If you think a semicolon is a regular colon with an identity crisis, I will not hire you. If you scatter commas into a sentence with all the discrimination of a […]

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