I am happy to report that my longstanding defense of the Oxford comma has been vindicated. Ross Guberman of Legal Writing Pro surveyed thousands of judges, ranging from state trial-court judges to U.S. Supreme Court Justices, about their preferences and legal writers have much to learn from the results.
In addition to the Oxford comma, judges want to see two spaces after periods and citations in the text rather than in footnotes.
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