The Scrivener: Dear Scrivener

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Three years have passed since the last “Dear Scrivener,” my personal legal writing and grammar advice column, and the Scrivener mail bag and inbox are over capacity. Actually, these days most questions come in by telephone or somebody showing up at my office door—and none of them calling me “dear”—but a question is a question, and I will give you some of my recent favorites.

Originally published in S.C. Lawyer - May 2021.

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