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CLE WEBINAR: Pixel Persuasion: Legal Writing for the 21st Century
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Pending CLE Credit in Kansas and Missouri

When: Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Where: Live webinar played at your own computer, tablet, or mobile device!
United States
Contact: Amanda Wright

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This program qualifies for LIVE online credit in Kansas.


Legal Writing for the 21st Century

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
12:00 pm- 1:00 pm CT

1 hour of General CLE Credit

More and more judges are reading briefs on computer screens, rather than on paper. While many of the basic principles of effective brief writing apply regardless of the manner in which the court consumes your brief, the electronic medium presents new opportunities to leverage both technology and principles of document design and web usability to give your brief even more persuasive power.

In this program, attendees learned how to more persuasively present information intended to be read on a screen in pdf format. We discussed:

  • how judges are reading briefs today;
  • the important differences between screen-reading and paper-reading;
  • the F-pattern; and
  • tips for writing for the 21st-Century legal reader




Lisa Solomon assists attorneys nationwide with all their legal research and writing needs, including preparing and arguing appeals and drafting substantive motions and trial memoranda. Her innovative law practice has been featured in such periodicals as the National Law Journal and the ABA Journal, and in a number of books about legal careers.

Lisa is the author of many published articles about legal writing, and has also written extensively about the field of freelance (a/k/a contract) lawyering. A nationally-known speaker, she frequently presents continuing legal education courses on these subjects.

Lisa is a member of Scribes�The American Society of Legal Writers; the Legal Writing Institute; the Justice Brandeis Law Society; and the Brandeis Association. Lisa earned her J.D., cum laude, in 1993 from New York University School of Law and her B.A., magna cum laude, from Brandeis University.