ABSTRACT. Considerable research attention has focused on the problem of poor legal writing skills, the gap between the law language and “ordinary” language, the central role modality plays in legal language, and the fundamental goals of legal writing. In this paper I am particularly interested in exploring language aspects of legal writing, the importance of legal writing skills, the limitations of the plain English project, and linguistic and discoursal analysis of legal language. pp. 367–372


Keywords: good legal writing, proficiency, linguistic clarity 

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