Robert M. Unterberger, a lawyer and law professor, is founder and president of Philadelphia-area based Legal Writing Success. His company has been featured in Lawyers Weekly and New York Law Journal. His “Write to Win” column appears regularly in the Los Angeles Daily Journal and elsewhere.
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The NCCUSL Website homepage states that its mission is to “promote uniformity in state law on all subjects where uniformity is desirable and practicable.” Work on Article 2B began in