Plain Language Law – Via E-mail
Monday, 1st July 2002 at 1:07 pm
Plain Language Law is a free online newsletter published by the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW for anyone interested in keeping abreast of plain language legal information and education initiatives.
It will include new and forthcoming plain language resources about the law in all formats, community legal education programs, and research and conferences in these areas.
Plain Language Law primarily focuses on NSW resources, but does include some resources from other States. Free and paid for resources are included. The newsletter does not cover material relating to social justice or legal text books.
Abigail Gray and Sue Scott at the Law and Justice Foundation of NSW produce the newsletter. It is part of the Legal Information Partnerships initiative run by the Foundation to assist with increasing community understanding of the law.
The first issue was published last week.
For more information about this initiative please contact Sue or Abigail on (02) 9221-3900.
To subscribe to this free service go to the web site at www.lawfoundation.net.au/information/pll/subscribe.html.