Basic claim was the psychological & professional equivalence of the "science communication problem"and the "judicial neutrality communication problem."
1. Just as doing valid science doesn't communicate the validity of it to citizens whose collective decisions need to be informed by science, so doing neutral decisionmaking doesn't convey the neutrality of it to citizens whose rights or interests or status is being affected by law.
2. As a result, cultural polarization can be expected to occur about the neutrality of constitutional decisions even when those decisions have been resolved "neutrally" with reference to the craft norms of law, just as cultural polarization can be expected over the validity of science even when scientists are doing valid science with reference to the craft norms of science.
3. The "science of science communication" is about using science to improve the communication of valid science in democracy. Its success depends on the integration of that science into the training of scientists and science-informed policymakers.
4. Law similarly needs a "science of neutrality communication." And it success will depend on law scholars committing themselves to producing it, law schools instructing students in it, and the profession including the judiciary becoming active participants in shaping its direction and use.