Published in The Clarity Journal 54 – 2005 Introduction As part of the conference on “Clarity and Obscurity in Legal Language” in Boulogne, we organized two panels of expert drafters — two master classes. We thought it would be interesting and instructive to see how different experts approached the same drafting assignment. In this issue, […]
Jointly hosted by Clarity and the US Center for Plain Language. Clarity2012 offered delegates a fascinating insight into the introduction of the US Plain Writing Act of 2010.
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.