Stephen R. Diamond

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Law
Occupation Supplier of legal theories
Location Joshua Tree, California 92252-2141, United States
Introduction SUPPLIER OF LEGAL THEORIES. Attorneys' ghostwriter of legal briefs and motion papers, serving all U.S. jurisdictions. Former Appellate/Law & Motion Attorney at large Los Angeles law firm; J.D. (University of Denver); American Jurisprudence Award in Contract Law; Ph.D. (Psychology); B.A. (The Johns Hopkins University). E-MAIL: Phone: 760.974.9279 Some other legal-brief writers research thoroughly and analyze penetratingly, but I bring another two merits. The first is succinctness. I spurn the unreadable verbosity and stupefying impertinence of ordinary briefs to perform feats of concision and uphold strict relevance to the issues. The second is high polish, achieved by allotting more time to each project than competitors afford. Succinct style and polished language — manifested in my legal-writing blog, Disputed Issues — reverse the common limitations besetting brief writers: lack of skill for concision and lack of time for perfection.
Interests Analytic philosophy (epistemology and metaphysics), psychology of personality, social psychology, computer software for writing/research/analysis, legal theory, the writing process, legal writing
Favorite Movies Lost Highway, A Clockwork Orange
Favorite Music Type: hard pop rock, e.g., New Wave; Song: "Memphis Blues Again" (Bob Dylan)
Favorite Books Fiction: Magister Ludi by Hermann Hesse, Confessions of Zeno by Italo Svevo, The Sea the Sea by Iris Murdoch, The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky, War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy, The Castle by Franz Kafka, Ubik by Philip K. Dick; Non-fiction: Reality and Representation by David Papineau, Time's Arrow and Archimedes Point by Hu Price, The Language of Thought by Jerry Fodor, Grammar in Philosophy by Bede Rundle, Mind in Conflict by Charles Brenner, M.D., Style: Toward Clarity and Grace by Joseph M. Williams