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A Practical Guide to Drafting Pleadings
Victoria Law Foundation – Online legal information guidelines
Country : AustraliaType of content : Online information Plain language and better communication resources to help you improve your communication skills.
Plain Language Action And Information Network (PLAIN)
A community of federal employees from different agencies promoting the use of plain language for government communications. It provides training, information on plain language requirements and guidelines, and plenty of resources and examples to get you inspired.
Plain Language Commission
A UK-based editing business • We give detailed editing suggestions on draft consumer contracts such as bank and credit-card terms and conditions, and hire-purchase agreements. This may lead to accreditation of the documents with the Clear English Standard logo. • We base our suggestions on more than 40 years’ work in the field. We aim […]
Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales
A foundation seeking to improve access to justice in New South Wales. It provides resources and guidelines for writing and useful guides to Australian law. The Foundation also publishes a monthly newsletter on plain language.
Australian Office of Parliamentary Counsel
The government office responsible for drafting legislation. It has published a plain English manual and a guide on drafting clear and simple legislation.
Toward an integrated framework for evaluating plain language
Published in The Clarity Journal 76 – 2018 By Neil James and Susan Kleimann No one could object to the evaluation of texts to assess their quality and effectiveness. Many evaluation methods exist, from readability formulas and expert reviews to usability tests and the analysis of outcomes. Yet in recent years, a divide has developed […]
Clear and Precise Writing: Skills for Today’s Lawyer
A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting (2017)
Author : Ken Adams “It’s the only authoritative guide to the building blocks of contract language, and it’s in widespread use internationally. In this review, the Law Society Gazette says it’s “extraordinary.” The first edition was published by the American Bar Association in 2004; the fourth edition was published in 2017.” Source : https://www.adamsdrafting.com/writing/mscd/