Attorney and typographer Matthew Butterick recently developed a new font inspired by legal typography and the needs of legal writers.
The font, called Equity, is designed to be just as space-efficient as Times New Roman (TNR) but more readable. Butterick points out that there are few situations where lawyers must use TNR and that most legal documents, like letters, memos, and contracts, are free from typographic constraints anyway.
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Hat tip to The Legal Writing Prof Blog.