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Scribes: The American Society of Legal Writers

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Scribes is an organization dedicated to encouraging legal writers and improving legal writing throughout the entire legal community: in court, in the law office, in the publishing house, and in law school. Founded in 1953, Scribes is the oldest organization of its kind. Scribes has almost 2,700 members, including state and federal judges, practicing lawyers, law-school deans and professors, and legal editors. Since 2017, its executive office has been located in Chicago, Illinois at The John Marshall Law School (Chicago). From 2015 to 2017, it was located in Lubbock, Texas at Texas Tech University, and before that, it was located in Michigan at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. The executive director is Philip Johnson.
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