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Thursday, March 15, 2012

In Praise of Plain Language | General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division

The author concludes:
Plain language doesn’t mean “dumbing down” your material; it means you use appropriate language for the individual or group with whom you’re communicating. Writing, and speaking, more clearly yields big dividends: in litigation, in transactions, in all aspects of our day-to-day business.
For more online resources about concise writing and plain language, check out these free websites of mine:

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