Two decisions on arbitration by the two newest U.S. Supreme Court justices handed down within a week of each other recently have given legal writing expert Ross Guberman a fresh chance to compare the writing skills of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

His verdict: “a wash,” with Kavanaugh ranked as “a bit dry” and Gorsuch as “a bit labored,” though he gives the opinions the highest possible ratings overall. But guess what: Guberman thinks #GorsuchStyle, a meme that criticized the justice’s writing style in 2017 and 2018 and then faded, has returned.

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