Thursday, October 15, 2009
1. Failing to take full advantage of respondents' and reply briefs.
2. Failing to explain why the trial or motion court should be reversed.
3. Failing to pick up on the procedural issues that can undercut your opponent's argument.
4. Failing to focus on the key facts and spending too much time on the irrelevancies.
5. Failing to carefully choose and effectively cite cases.
You can read the rest of the list here.
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