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    – Gene Sharp, Acting President, The Albert Einstein Institution

Ken Bresler’s publicationsThe Workplace Writing Workbook

Kissing Legalese Goodbye

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    • Articles and commentaries on urban life and public art for Washingtonian Magazine, The Improper Bostonian, The Boston Tab, The Cambridge (Mass.) Chronicle, and The (Miami) Wave.
    • Articles on law and lawyers for The National Law Journal, The American Bar Association Journal, The New York Law Journal, The Florida Bar Journal, Legal Times, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly, Virginia Lawyers Weekly, The Daily Record (New York State), and Pharmaceutical Executive.
    • A total of six academic articles, written in plain English, for The Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, The New England Law Review, and The Criminal Law Bulletin.
    • Citizen’s Guide to Drafting Legislation, published by the Massachusetts Secretary of State. Massachusetts’s first legislative drafting manual.
    • Citizen’s Primer on Town Meetings, published by the Massachusetts Secretary of State. Massachusetts’s first statewide publication explaining how to participate in town meetings.

About Ken Bresler

Ken Bresler is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He has written about 60 appellate briefs. He has taught advanced legal writing at Northeastern University Law School.

Please note

Ken Bresler offers his services as a consultant, not a lawyer. Communications with him are not protected by attorney-client privilege.