Lawyers are wordsmiths. At least we fancy ourselves such. But are we really good at the basics, such as punctuation?
I have only a vague notion of when to use a semicolon instead of a comma or a colon. And what about square brackets vs. parentheses? Or a hyphen vs. a dash (em or en)?
If you are like me and struggle a bit with the finer points of punctuation, there is a great web site called "The Punctuation Guide." It gives you the help you need with categories such as Terminal Points, Pausing Points, Hyphens and Dashes, Quotations, etc. If your law practice involves writing, as most do, this site is for you.