by Nicole Watkins Campbell, www.watkinscampbell.com
In the 2020s, more and more new information will be created and published online and in print.
We will see:
Making your information stand out
This information exists in many places online and in printed documents, some well-written and others less so.
Good writing serves readers well if it:
The writer's role in clear communication
What do you, the writer or editor, know about what your readers need? Where are they when they read your document? Do they need to read twice to understand it and take action?
As a writer or editor of legal information, you can help your readers by learning more about them and then making your writing as clear as possible.
Learn about legal editing for clarity
My Academy course, Editing for Plainer Legal Writing, will help you make your writing more useful and more interesting. And, that will actually make you more trustworthy and likeable. This study of complex language explains how.
This course will guide you on how to edit information about the law—about people’s rights and responsibilities—to meet your clients' needs. You will learn to make these types of documents or content clearer for your readers, even if you are not a lawyer. In fact, the course is aimed at non-legal communicators who are tasked with presenting legal information.
Join me February 10, 2020 for Editing for Plainer Legal Writing. Reserve your place now.
You will sharpen your skills and win client appreciation.
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