Matthew Butterick received his degree in design and typography at Harvard University. He began my career as...
For more than thirty years, Erich Vieth has worked as a trial and appellate attorney in St....
Are you creating self-defeating typography by using underlines, caps, and fonts that make your argument less inviting to your reader? Author and attorney Matthew Butterick shares key points from his book Typography for Lawyers on how to make your next brief or email easier to read, which helps your reader stay focused longer and reduces annoyance. Matthew believes that small positive mental shift could sway a decision in your favor. Once you recognize that you are a legal publisher, you’ll see why font matters.
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|Published:||October 26, 2022|
|Podcast:||The Jury is Out|
The Jury is Out
Hosted by John Simon, Erich Vieth, and Timothy Cronin, 'The Jury is Out' offers insight and mentorship to trial attorneys who want to better serve their clients and improve their practice with an additional focus on client relations, trial skills, and firm management.