Do you use "layperson"?
Whenever I hear lawyers uses the words layperson and laypeople or, worse, layman or laymen, I wince a little. I can't even bring myself to use these L-words, especially in front of L-people. I have a sense that these L-terms are demeaning.
So in my writing, I get by without them. I use nonlawyer or "someone who isn't a lawyer."
Thus, in my quest to bring legal language to the people who pay for it, I have banished the L-words.