You write well.  Will copying your judge's writing style boost your chances of persuading him or her?  Blawgletter doubts it will.

Judges, like lawyers, vary in the quality of their prose.  Rulings on merely routine matters may plod along; few decisions justify a judge's best work.  And, even in the most momentous opinions, only the finest judicial stylists can produce work that truly sparkles.

But writers of any description can tell good from bad.  They like the good stuff better.  Use the good stuff, in your own style.  The judges will thank you.