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Appellate Remedy: The Ancient Precedents Of A Modern Right, Peter S. Poland Apr 2016

Appellate Remedy: The Ancient Precedents Of A Modern Right, Peter S. Poland

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


"We're Your Government And We're Here To Help": Obtaining Amicus Support From The Federal Government In Supreme Court Cases, Patricia A. Millett Apr 2009

"We're Your Government And We're Here To Help": Obtaining Amicus Support From The Federal Government In Supreme Court Cases, Patricia A. Millett

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


Out Of The Frying Pan And Into The Fire: The Emergence Of Depublication In The Wake Of Vacatur, Eugene R. Anderson, Mark Garbowski, Daniel J. Healy Oct 2002

Out Of The Frying Pan And Into The Fire: The Emergence Of Depublication In The Wake Of Vacatur, Eugene R. Anderson, Mark Garbowski, Daniel J. Healy

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


In The Shadow Of Daniel Webster: Arguing Appeals In The Twenty-First Century, Seth P. Waxman Oct 2001

In The Shadow Of Daniel Webster: Arguing Appeals In The Twenty-First Century, Seth P. Waxman

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The Solicitor General is often asked to give advice on oral advocacy. Seth P. Waxman has been reluctant to give such advice. Asking an advocate for advice about oral advocacy instead of a judge is like asking a fisherman for advice about catching fish if fish could speak. Waxman begins with a look at the life of acclaimed advocate, Daniel Webster, before giving his long reserved advice.


A Vision Of The Future Of Appellate Practice And Process, George Nicholson Jul 2000

A Vision Of The Future Of Appellate Practice And Process, George Nicholson

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Technology is changing appellate practice in two different ways. The first, is increasing efficiency. Technology is also changing the scope and direction of traditional appellate practice and process.


The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer Jul 2000

The Effect Of Courtroom Technologies On And In Appellate Proceedings And Courtrooms, Fredric I. Lederer

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The information presented to courts has traditionally been written and oral. Many courts are adopting technology into the courtroom. Changing the record from text to multi-media is the most sweeping of these changes.


A Review Of Electronic Court Filing In The United States, Bradley J. Hillis Jul 2000

A Review Of Electronic Court Filing In The United States, Bradley J. Hillis

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

The rise of e-commerce has caused many courts to begin filing and storing pleadings electronically. This article discusses e-filing software, the benefits to and development of extensible mark-up language (“XML”) for legal documents, and the impact the future of e-filing.


Appellate Advocacy As Adult Education, Christine Durham Jan 2000

Appellate Advocacy As Adult Education, Christine Durham

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Judges must learn enough about every case in order to make competent rulings. An attorney may be a more effective appellate advocate is they think of themselves as teachers to judges.


Rules Of Appellate Advocacy: An Australian Perspective, Michael Kirby Jul 1999

Rules Of Appellate Advocacy: An Australian Perspective, Michael Kirby

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

A justice of Australia's highest court gives advice to appellate advocates. The essay begins with an overview of Australia’s judicial structure. The discussion then focuses on ten rules for appellate advocacy.