The modern trend in contract drafting is to try to write contracts in plain, readable English, as opposed to legalese. This (satirical) article attempts to argue against the plain English style of drafting, and lists (tongue firmly in cheek) reasons why lawyers might want to draft contracts unreadable to most non-lawyers (and, honestly, most lawyers).
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Why you should draft contracts with long, run-on paragraphs