Monday, February 24, 2003

Recently, Sir Anthony singled out Chief Justice Gleeson for writing the most easily understood judgments in the court's 100 years. He said judges struggled for simplicity but rarely achieved it.
The clarity of his judgments shines out through layers of complexity. Clarity is not a synonym for simplicity but it comes close. Clarity is what we all need ...

Rejecting Our First Draft Culture: Strategies for Revision
· I love the flowers of afterthought -Bernard Malamud [Poynter]