Cheryl Stephens coaches individual writers and trains groups to improve their writing skills. Cheryl has taught for the Canadian Bar Association, the BC Human Rights Tribunal, Canada School of Public Service and Services Canada.
When Cheryl practiced law, she saw the need to translate legal jargon to plain language. Cheryl has been actively advocating for plain language in all industries ever since, expanding her influence around the world by writing, speaking and teaching.
Cheryl has provided expertise to many Canadian government and provincial agencies, courts and tribunals. In the private sector, Cheryl has worked with public relations firms, charitable agencies and law firms.
Cheryl Stephens continues to lead in the international plain language movement as a volunteer with the International Plain Language Federation, Plain Language Association International and Plain Language Clair. She is a fluent speaker at international conferences.
Experts discuss how plain language can help courts expand access to the courts on the latest episode of LSC’s “Talk Justice” podcast, released today.
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