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I edit articles written by attorneys. Attorneys are generally very intelligent people and, by definition, highly educated professionals. They are intellectually curious and must pay close attention to detail in their work.

The pieces submitted for publication in the New Jersey Law Journal have been carefully crafted by the attorney-author(s), and usually read, re-read and proofread by colleagues, marketing professionals and sometimes Mom (in the case of one writer I know).

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Juliette Gillespie

Juliette Gillespie is Law Editor at the New Jersey Law Journal. She is responsible for contributed content and special sections. Contact her at [email protected] On Twitter: @JGillespieNJLJ.

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