This is an excellent resource for lawyers or almost anyone else who spends part of their day writing.
Take this examination of the em dash—my absolute favourite character—as an example:
The em dash is a versatile mark used to signal a break between sentence phrases. Use it when
a comma is not quite enough, but a colon, semicolon or set of parentheses is a little too much.
Em dashes put a nice pause in the text—they are underused in legal writing.
Far beyond legal writing, the em dash is almost criminally underused in all forms of writing.