Plain English is not just a matter of style. At its root lies a client-centred and service-oriented attitude to professional work. It is the outward expression of an inward grace: abiding respect for clients and the public. This means conducting business with the understanding that the client or target audience is the foremost consideration in how service is presented and rendered. A legal writer should write his piece so that the reader or client will understand it at first read and be able to take requisite action.
At The Write House, this philosophy has made us set for ourselves standards of professional care above those required by law or ethics. Some of these standards have been drawn from other jurisdictions, to give clients a standard of care that meets international best practices.
In service delivery, The Write House essays to exceed clients’ expectations of quality, timeliness, and responsiveness.