Monday, September 16, 2002
"Math Class for Poets" has an informative post about fonts in legal writing. Really -- it's quite interesting. I wish that most of my work was in the Seventh Circuit, which (according to that post) encourages use of the lovely Century Schoolbook font family. Instead, I'm often in Alabama's appellate courts, which require -- get this -- Courier 13. It makes every page look like a blown-up xerox of something typed on a manual typewriter. It's horrible.
posted by sam 7:54 AM
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