As I mentioned on the Legal Skills Prof Blog (here), I recently finished reading writing guru Ross Guberman's new book entitled "Point Made: How to Write Like the Nation's Top Advocates." I highly recommend the book to any lawyer, professor, or law student who is interested in improving their writing, but is not willing to suffer through another stuffy treatise. It seems that Ross has kept quite busy since the release of his book last year. In anticipation of this week's oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act, Ross has put together a list of 140+ writing tips using the Solicitor General's brief to the Supreme Court (otherwise referred to as the "brief of the century") discussing the constitutionality of the Act. You can read his comments here: PDF.
On a related note, you can listen to an audio recording of yesterday's oral argument concerning the Anti-Injunction Act's applicability to the Health Care Reform Cases by clicking on the following YouTube video:
[*Hat tip to Ross Guberman for the link.]