Friday, December 2, 2005

"good, clear language"

Clarity is an international organization whose raison d'etre is "the use of good, clear langauge by the legal profession."  It publishes a journal, also called Clarity, that might just provide the sanity check needed by a legal writing professor who is slogging through a stack of mediocre student papers.  You can find some past issues on-line at:

You'll also find a helpful list of links to other plain-language-in-the-law organizations.  The benefits of membership in Clarity include an opportunity to attend conferences in some interesting locales.  (spl)

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