Rosemary Moukad


Legalese, Language, New York, Legal Writing


New York was the first state to pass a law requiring that contracts governing consumer transactions be written in plain English, as opposed to legalese. This Note examines the effect of New York's Plain English Law on consumer transactions as well as the Law's reception by lawyers and consumers.

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Contracts Commons



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