Via this post on the (new) legal writer blog, I found this detailed analysis of "E-Mail Netiquette for Lawyers" by Judge Gerald Lebovits of the New York City Civil Court, Housing Part, in Manhattan. It's not immediately clear to me why a judge on the New York City Civil Court, Housing Part, would be a particular expert on e-mail etiquette for lawyers, but I thought there were a lot of good points in Judge Lebovits' article -- which originally appeared in the New York State Bar Association Journal -- particularly the reminders on the absence of "tone" and on the need for brevity.
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Posted by Bruce Carton on February 1, 2010
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