The Clarity Journal 66

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In this issue :

  1. The role of plain language in the writing training of law students
  2. Public power: putting the case for the lay reader
  3. Working with lawyers on your projects
  4. The design and implementation of a plain Spanish writing-skills programme for Argentina’s leading law firm
  5. Teaching judgment writing in Canada
  6. A most dangerous clause: Plain language prevents legal malpractice in software licensing
  7. Nova Scotia regulations drafting: a collaboration that works well
  8. Developing legal rights information: Collaborating with external legal advisors
  9. A ‘four minds’ approach to editing creates clarity