Typography For Lawyers Best Free Fonts?

In the first place, let’s make a distinction between legal and non-legal fonts. You will find that there are several types of font styles for both legal and non-legal documents:

The traditional ones – these are mostly serif fonts with straight lines, such as Times New Roman or Garamond .

or . The slab serif typefaces (e.g., Helvetica) which have two main axes of strokes (the vertical axis is longer than horizontal), whose stroke contrast makes them good for legibility in small letter sizes.

typefaces (e.g., Helvetica) which have two main axes of strokes (the vertical axis is longer than horizontal), whose stroke contrast makes them good for legibility in small letter sizes. Sans Serif typeface like Arial , Verdana , Tahoma, etc.; their sans serif appearance has an apparent “cleanliness” which can be surprising at first sight but it leads to readability when used together with bold text or underlining in some cases. Moreover they give the impression of being very modern since they were introduced after 1961; this was probably due to lack of confidence on behalf of society in the 1950s about possible future developments similar to those undergone during World War II by Germany or Japan… 😉 However I would say that over time these typefaces started looking too “modern” so nowadays people tend not to trust them any more

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