Simplifying Legal Jargon Through Design

Simplifying Legal Jargon Through Design

Branding expert Alan Siegel feels that there is a need to simplify legal jargon to make it easier for everyone to understand laws and terms and conditions.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 march 2010

In a short presentation at the 2010 TED Talks, branding expert Alan Siegel emphasized the need to simplify legal documents and presented a proposal for a simplified credit card agreement.

Alan Siegel believes that most of the language used in government laws and product and service agreements is incomprehensible by the common man who may act out of ignorance.

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