Underlining can illuminate quotations. It guides the reader and adds emphasis. But underlining doesn’t work so well on a writer’s own words. It usually makes the writer appear to be trying too hard.
Suppose the defendants are taking a position inconsistent with admissions they made in their answer to the complaint. You are plaintiffs counsel. In a motion brief, you call the defendants’ inconsistency to the court’s attention, arguing as follows:
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