Webinar: Why Plain Language Works (Dyer 2018)
Webinar link: Why Plain Language Works, August 2018 Webinar by Charles Dyer
Webinar: Website Content Tips (2018)
This 2018 Webinar, supported by a Technology Initiative Grant from the Legal Services Corporation to Bay Area Legal Services, Inc., will focus on creating effective legal self-help content using plain language, SEO, and social media strategies.
Webinar: How to Incorporate Plain Language into Court Forms, Websites, and Other Materials
The National Association for Court Management, in partnership with the Self-represented Litigation Network (SRLN), invites you to participate in its third webinar of 2017 on November 29, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice Uses SRLN Maps for Statewide Strategic Planning (News 2017)
The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice has started using the SRLN demographics maps for presentations to circuit clerks, circuit court judges, civil legal aid and pro bono practitioners.
Book: Writing for Dollars, Writing to Please The Case for Plain Language in Business, Government, and Law (Kimble 2012)
This book collects the empirical evidence for the value of plain language in business, government, and law.
Report: Can Translation Software Help Legal Services Agencies Deliver Legal Information More Effectively in Foreign Languages and Plain English? (Hineline & Hogue 2013)
This report investigates the current and possible uses of translation tools, including fully-automated machine translation and a somewhat different translation technology, translation memory.
Article: Improving Access to Justice: Plain Language Family Law Court Forms in Washington State (Dyer, Fairbanks, Greiner, Barron, Skreen, Cerrillo-Ramirez, Lee, Hinsee 2013)
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Report: The Gains from Clarity: A Research Report on the Effects of Plain-Language Documents (Mills & Duckworth 1996)
In this 1996 out of Australia, Gordon Mills and Mark Duckworth of Centre for Microeconomic Policy Analysis and Centre for Plain Legal Language at Sydney University found that the 1994 forms revisions in the Family Court of Australia resulted in
Weblink: Efficiencies and Innovation in California (California 2015)
On its webpage entitled, Efficiencies & Innovations, the The California judicial branch, which is widely acknowledged as a national leader in developing and implementing programs that enh
Weblink: Simplification in Singapore (State Court of Singapore 2015)
Transparent information that seeks user feedback from the State Courts of Singapore about what a simplified court process means for SRLs in criminal, SRLs in civil, lawyers and others that can be found at