Errors of omission. Errors of inclusion. And more. Many current approaches to
legal document preparation leave much to be desired (and introduces unnecessary
risk). Learn how tools like the MSBA's document assembly service, mndocs, offer
a better method for drafting legal documents.
Many areas of legal practice involve the production of documents. Even
though the main value of your work may lie in the quality of your legal analysis
of clients’ situations and your creativity in approaching them, one or more
documents often memorialize the results of your work, or put your solutions into
practice. Your clients often take the quality of the documents as a proxy
for the quality of your work.
the production of new documents for new clients is subject to various errors,
both by omission and inclusion, especially by methods involving re-use, copying,
and search-and-replace. Some might be only embarrassing; some might have
more serious consequences. Document assembly systems are designed to
minimize the risks of errors and maximize the quality of your document.
They can help ensure that you have addressed all necessary issues, as checklists
might, and allow you to avoid drafting errors inherent when you use
"copy-and-paste". Yet the end result remains customizable and
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