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The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

Oral argument

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When Is Oral Argument Important? A Judicial Clerk's View Of The Debate, Michael Duvall Apr 2007

When Is Oral Argument Important? A Judicial Clerk's View Of The Debate, Michael Duvall

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

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Learning From Professor Llewellyn, D. P. Marshall Jr. Apr 2005

Learning From Professor Llewellyn, D. P. Marshall Jr.

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

No abstract provided.


A Lecture On Appellate Advocacy, Karl N. Llewellyn Apr 2005

A Lecture On Appellate Advocacy, Karl N. Llewellyn

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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.