Thursday, March 31, 2016
At the risk of shameful self-promotion, and fully aware that there are thousands of articles and blog posts out there providing advice on appellate advocacy practices, I thought readers here might enjoy a short article that I authored and that is available in the latest edition of the American Bar Association's Student Lawyer magazine. The article was written with law students as the intended audience, and with a somewhat informal tone requested by the editors. But the point of the article is to highlight lessons that students are taught in law school that have counterparts or are easily adapted to real world rules and tips for being more effective in writing appellate briefs.
The article is available electronically on the ABA website for law students: Student Lawyer Magazine article.