Plain language is recognized as an essential best practice in the provision of access to justice. The concept is often described as communication your audience can understand the first time they hear or read it. In this webinar, you will learn more about the concept of plain language and its usefulness as well as see how it is used in other fields. Panelists will discuss challenges to implementation, provide specific before and after examples, and showcase easy to use tools to assist in development of plain language resources. Panelists will also provide methods to evaluate plain language resources developed in their home jurisdictions and draw parallels to other areas in which plain language can help courts communicate effectively with users.