Lawyers are trained writers. From the time they start their law school undergraduate to the time they write their exams, group work presentations, and essays; they are legal writers in training. It is not optional. For a career in a legal office, all legislators, paralegals, lawyers, judges and other law professionals must be schooled in how to read, write and interpret the language of the law. Law has its own unique language mostly based on old Latin script and writing that can only be understood by laws students and individuals working in this specific profession. It takes years to master and not only know how to say it but also, to know how to write it down and what it means. Most importantly, how to use it in the right context.