An organization dedicated to promoting a clear, succinct and forceful style in legal writing. The Society’s journal, The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing, has published many influential articles on plain language.
A non-profit organization dedicated to improving legal communication. The Institute supports the development of teaching and academic resources. It also establishes forums to discuss the study, teaching, and practice of professional legal writing.
A branch of the Irish National Adult Literacy Agency that provides plain English editing, writing and training. It awards a Plain English Mark to documents that meet its standards.
A not-for-profit academic organization focused on reforming legal writing. It organizes the Burton Awards which reward lawyers and law students for distinguished, clear, and concise legal writing.