Talmage Boston Published in American Society of Legal Writers (Scribes) Newsletter

03.24.15

Shareholder Talmage Boston was one of the contributors to the Winter 2014 edition of The Scrivener, the official newsletter of Scribes--The American Society of Legal Writers.  Talmage’s column, “What Lawyers Can Learn from Abraham Lincoln About Communication” was among the featured articles in the Scrivener’s Winter 2014 edition.  Click here to read a copy of the Winter 2014 issue (see page 7).  

Talmage is a published author, speaker and frequent presenter regionally and nationally.  Visit TalmageBoston.com to learn more about Talmage's books and speaking engagements. He works in Winstead’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group.

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