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Our style guide is a living wiki and the perfect blend of The Chicago Manual of Style and AP Stylebook. It evolves as the marketing world evolves. Do you have a style guide? Do you need one? Read here about why it’s good to have one.
My firm definitely has its own style. But it is not published in a Wiki or anywhere else. It is communicated to the first year associates at their retreat and later at a cite checking workshop. Our library has some books for loan including The Chicago Manual of Style and anything written by Bryan Garner (The winning brief : 100 tips for persuasive briefing in trial and appellate courts and other related books).
I wish there had been a style guide. That would have made expectations a lot clearer in the beginning.
Thank you both for sharing!