People and ideas go hand in hand. With minds that have millions of neurons at work, it is no surprise that men (and women) have made some of the world’s greatest creations. We are innovative human beings. A thought is a continuous process of the mind. The mind never sleeps. Even when we close our eyes and shut down for the day, our mind is working to help us sleep and even then, in our dreams we get visions and vivid ideas.

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Lawyers compose several letters and other legal documents. They do address legal issues such as requests to judges and magistrates. They also address court proceedings or an appeal. They also write internal memos for the office among other things. They constantly have to follow up on proceedings in court and address witnesses. They also assist those unfamiliar with the law on how to address the court and for example, a nervous witness may be given a sheet to read from in preparation for appearing in court. The statement is written by the lawyer in relation to the witness statement.

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Plagiarism is common in academic writing and novel writing. Stealing of ideas for fictional content happens. Using ideas without citation and credit also happens. We read we admire, we copy. We find the work original and pleasant. We are compelled to write a similar story. Another case scenario is admiring an authority figure. Their work ethic, their ideologies and their contribution to society. As a result, we end up thinking and behaving like them. After all, they are role models, however, sometimes it can be taken a tad bit far. Their ideologies are ingrained and one can fail to mention where those ideas came from, how you came up with a solution. Imitation is the highest form of flattery –Charles Caleb Colton, in Lacon: or, Many things in few words, 1820. I have just used the quote to credit the source who happens to be the author named above. As an example of avoiding plagiarism.

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A cover letter is a letter of application that one writes to a company or organization that he/she is seeking employment from. The letter of application explains what your resume cannot explain about you. One should tell the reader the purpose as to why he/she is drafting the letter, he/she should highlight experiences that he/she has had in different organizations and environments that would be considered useful for the position he/she is applying, you should also be able to showcase the skills that you have and the benefit of the skills to the potential employer, and you should also request an audience with the probable boss, to showcase how hiring you will benefit the organization. You should ensure that your cover letter is convincing to get the human resource of the company to check your resume and consider you for an interview regarding the position.

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In the legal profession, writing is very important. It shows your legal prowess, your way with words and your command of both the English language and your knowledge of the law. Legal writing is a type of technical writing skill used by lawyers, judges, legislators, and others in the law profession. They use this technique to express legal analysis, legal rights, and duties. It is used by an advocate when expressing the resolution of a client’s legal matter. This is why it is very important to express yourself clearly and with suitable words when writing a legal statement.

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