Access, Justice & Transparency
We are leading the way in bringing clarity to the public. Over 500 high-level professionals attended Clarity’s 2018 conference in Montreal, including dozens of judges and other legal professionals.
Access for All: Plain Language is a Civil Right is an especially exciting time because plain language is at a tipping point:
Your sponsorship will show conference attendees – your current and future clients – that you are a leader in the Plain Language movement.
About Our Partners
The Center for Plain Language, a non-profit organization, helps government agencies and businesses write clear and understandable communications. The Center supports those who use plain language, trains those who should use plain language, and urges people to demand plain language in all the communications they receive, read, and use.
Clarity was started by solicitor, John Walton, who believed that legal writing was archaic and over-complicated. Wondering if other lawyers felt the same way, Walton wrote a letter to the UK Law Society Gazette inviting solicitors and barristers to be part of Clarity. Twenty-eight people responded and Clarity was formed.