As in-house counsel, you're corresponding with a variety of people, not just other lawyers. It's important that in-house counsel can write and communicate using non-lawyer language.
Plain language isn’t about making language boring; it's about ‘succinct writing that has a defined audience and purpose. With it the reader can easily find, understand and use the information they need’.
This article appeared in theAustralianCorporateLawyer, Volume 29, Issue 1 – Autumn 2019