I write a lot and like many other writers, the more sets of eyes you can have on your work the better. As long as those eyes are fast and you can meet all your deadlines, an extra edit is great. This is where electronic editing comes in very handy. We’ve all used it — whether it’s spelling and grammar checks in Google docs, Word, or whatever you like to use.
Lawyers are presented with unique writing challenges. Aside from having the same urgent time pressures, a lot of legal writing is different in that it can be technical and you might have either a broad or a very narrow audience. So as someone who writes for both a general and a legal audience, I decided to test one of the most popular editing tools out there — Grammarly.