Clarity is a worldwide network of professionals who are committed to promoting plain legal language.
With more than 650 members from 50 countries, Clarity is the largest international plain language organization.
Our members are people who believe in the benefits of plain legal language. They include judges, lawyers, government officials, scholars and teachers, as well as corporate and NGO representatives.
Many are plain language practitioners – writers, editors, researchers, consultants and trainers – with a wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience in plain legal language.
Founded in the UK in 1983 by a small group of legal professionals, Clarity now has official representatives in around 30 countries and a team of dedicated volunteers who advocate locally for the use of plain legal language in place of legalese.
Find out more about Clarity’s history, Constitution, journal and member activities.