I’ve been a fan of Matthew Butterick’s Typography for Lawyers web site for some time. Recently, Matthew expanded on the subject and wrote a book. Having spent the last few weeks with it, I recommend it to any legal professionals (or anyone else that generates formal documents).
Having spent the last 20 years reading poorly written, unpersuasive looking briefs, this book should be required reading for all first year law students.
While I generally prefer books in electronic form, this book is only available in the paper version. This make sense. It is, after all, a book about typography. Regardless, the book is a good (and attractive) read.