Legalese = words and expressions typically used in legal documents that most people find difficult to understand.
5 signs of “legalese” from www.prdaily.com.
by Marc A. Grinker
1. Do not use legal argot in an effort to “sound like a lawyer.” There are many words and phrases one might associate with legal writing but which have a tendency to obscure the meaning of a sentence. 538 more words
Source: Andrew Terry and Des Giugni, Business and the Law, 5th Edition, 2009, Engage Learning, p133
Despite the colourful claims of some lawyers who would assert that the law possesses what amounts to a monopolv on techniques of reasoning, what they say is simply not true. 387 more words
One of the easy-to-fix yet key issues I have seen in legal writing, both by native English speakers and Turkish lawyers, is referring to a company as “they.” It is something we commonly do as we speak English even though it is incorrect. 72 more words