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Email has become the most common form of communication at law firms—it is fast-paced yet permanent, ubiquitous yet one misstep can set a lasting impression with senior lawyers. Junior associates spend countless hours stymied by issues like how long or formal an email should be, whom should be copied, and whether to send “will do” when an assignment has been given.
Please join Victoria A. Coyle of Leading Legal Practice, L.L.C. for answers to these questions and more:
- The importance of good email practices;
- Email basics: subject line, recipients and copyees, attachments, and reply all;
- Considerations when drafting emails for senior lawyers to send;
- Which emails to save for future reference; and
- An email checklist with steps you should take every time you’re about to hit send on an email.