"He is a word man without peer, and his usage and grammar rules are gospel." --The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process
"All lawyers who rely upon written argument in their practices shoud have a copy of the book close at hand." --New York Law Journal
"A thoroughly valuable and original reference for lawyers who want to win. It deserves a spot on every litigator's bookshelf." --The Federal Lawyer
"All judges should attach a copy of The Winning Brief to each briefing schedule they order from the bench.... A valuable addition to any library with legal writing resources."
--Legal Information ALERT
"A book on 'writing' should be fun to read. In his book, Garner makes his teaching fun with the use of examples and quotations.... The more time you spend with this book, the more persuasive you arguments could be, whether in support of a motion or in support of habeas corpus." --The Colorado Lawyer
"The profession badly needs an accessible primer for advice on and solutions to the most common problems. Bryan Garner's The Winning Brief: 100 Tips for Persuasive Briefing in Trial and Appellate Courts is just such text. All lawyers who rely upon written argument in their practices shoud have a copy of the book close at hand."
--New York Law Journal
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
A best-selling legal author with more than a dozen titles to his credit, Bryan Garner is also the editor-in-chief of Black's Law Dictionary in all of its current editions. He has taught at numerous law schools, and is the president of LawProse, Inc., a Dallas-based company that provides writing and drafting seminars to lawyers and judges throughout the United States.