I've critiqued the California Supreme Court for occasionally writing overly lengthy, discursive tomes that read like warmed-over bench memoranda. So when it issues an opinion that's exactly the opposite, it's definitely something I notice.
Justice Corrigan publishes this opinion today that's incredibly concise -- seven (double-spaced) pages of text -- and yet both entirely complete and persuasive. She addresses in eleven paragraphs of legal analysis every single thought and issue that popped into my head when I considered the dispute.
It's really a masterpiece. I'm sincerely impressed.