The Clarity Journal 81

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In this issue :

  1. Access to justice requires plain language
  2. Do you understand your rights?
  3. Lawyers would like to write clearly, they just don’t have time
  4. Clarity in books on financial law: An author’s view
  5. Access to justice — “I did it my way”
  6. The value of plain language jury instructions in faciliating access to justice (accessible to non-members)
  7. Explaining rights to returning citizens
  8. Access starts with the precedent: Evaluating the language of leases
  9. Challenging resistance to plain language in the law
  10. Justice: Plain language in family law helps but it’s not enough (accessible to non-members)
  11. Legal self-reliance: Empowering consumers through plain language