When you’re dealing with the law, every word counts. And every period and comma counts, too! In this episode of the podcast, I interview Tami Aisenson, principal court attorney for the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court.
Tami is a lawyer, but quite a bit of her work at the Appellate Division involves writing, and she faces many of the same challenges that confront journalists, such as constantly sifting through facts and evidence to determine what’s true and what isn’t. In many ways, she’s seems like the ideal journalist, engaged in a never-ending search for objectivity and truth.
Tami is a graduate of Hamilton College
in Clinton, NY, and I’m delighted that she took the time to chat with me. I hope you enjoy our conversation!