Language on Trial: The Plain English Guide to Legal Writing

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Robson Books, 1996 - Communication in law - 89 pages
Through clear examples and logical argument, the guide:
-- explores the background which has given legal language its distinctive character;
-- discusses the need for plain English in the law;
-- examines the practical implications of plain English in terms of cost and client relations.

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