Briefly: In Briefs, What a Difference a Font Can Make

By Eric Magnuson and Rebecca Zadaka

October 26, 2021

Over the past few years, the importance of picking the right font for an appellate brief has been a topic of discussion among lawyers, publishers and, at times, the courts. The reception has ranged from thoughtful and appreciative to downright dismissive. Lawyers don't like to be creative, and they often don't like anything new.

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