Practice a variety of plain language techniques in your statement's series of plain language drills for lawyers.
The more you practice, the faster you will develop clear writing habits.
The series offers drills on these topics:
1) the active voice; 2) surplus words; 3) sentence structure; 4) long sentences; 5) using shall in legal documents; 6) tables for complex information; 7) pronouns; 8) simple words; 9) and / or; 10) getting to the point.
Get started, and we hope that you enjoy learning to write more clearly.
This Active Voice Drill gives lawyers and non-lawyers who work with legal documents a chance to practice:
1) identifying the active and passive voice;
2) converting the passive to the active voice; and
3) writing legal sentencs in the active voice.