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The key to great appellate briefing is to eliminate distractions from the brilliance of your argument

In his recent article titled “4 vignettes lead to a single moral about writing bet Read More

Electronically-Submitted Briefs in the California Supreme Court – New Options

As announced on January 13, 2014, the California Supreme Court now accepts electronic submissions of briefs and a reduced count of printed briefs for filing in matters pending before the Court. The e-submitted brief is not Read More

Maryland Rule Changes Effective January 1, 2014: Appellate Practitioners to Take Note of Title 8 Changes

Maryland’s Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure offers several proposed changes each year to the Court of Appeals, which then reviews those suggestions and issues an order adopting many of them. Those changes Read More