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The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process

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The View From The Trenches: A Report On The Breakout Sessions At The 2005 National Conference On Appellate Justice, Arthur D. Hellman Apr 2006

The View From The Trenches: A Report On The Breakout Sessions At The 2005 National Conference On Appellate Justice, Arthur D. Hellman

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What Appellate Judges Do, Rick Sims Oct 2005

What Appellate Judges Do, Rick Sims

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Preface, David C. Frederick Oct 2005

Preface, David C. Frederick

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Avoiding Missteps In The Supreme Court: A Guide To Resources For Counsel, Charles A. Rothfeld Oct 2005

Avoiding Missteps In The Supreme Court: A Guide To Resources For Counsel, Charles A. Rothfeld

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

A Lecture On Appellate Advocacy, Karl N. Llewellyn

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

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

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A Look Back, Nancy Bellhouse May Oct 2004

A Look Back, Nancy Bellhouse May

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Introduction: Brown In The Supreme Court, Dennis J. Hutchinson Apr 2004

Introduction: Brown In The Supreme Court, Dennis J. Hutchinson

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Enforcing Brown In The Little Rock Crisis, Tony A. Freyer Apr 2004

Enforcing Brown In The Little Rock Crisis, Tony A. Freyer

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Litigation Campaigns And The Search For Constitutional Rules, Mark V. Tushnet Apr 2004

Litigation Campaigns And The Search For Constitutional Rules, Mark V. Tushnet

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A Time To Lose, D. P. Marshall Jr. Apr 2004

A Time To Lose, D. P. Marshall Jr.

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Reading Brown, Nancy Bellhouse May Apr 2004

Reading Brown, Nancy Bellhouse May

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Reflections On Brown, Paul D. Carrington Apr 2004

Reflections On Brown, Paul D. Carrington

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Voices Of The Brown Generation: Description Of A Project, Mildred Wigfall Robinson Apr 2004

Voices Of The Brown Generation: Description Of A Project, Mildred Wigfall Robinson

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Back To Basics: Returning To The Matter Of Black Inferiority And White Supremacy In The Post-Brown Era, Regina Austin Apr 2004

Back To Basics: Returning To The Matter Of Black Inferiority And White Supremacy In The Post-Brown Era, Regina Austin

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Symposium Discussion Apr 2004

Symposium Discussion

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Speech On Brown V. Board Of Education, May 1, 1981, Paul E. Wilson Apr 2004

Speech On Brown V. Board Of Education, May 1, 1981, Paul E. Wilson

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Appellate Judicial Appointments During The Clinton Presidency: An Inside Perspective, Sarah Wilson Apr 2003

Appellate Judicial Appointments During The Clinton Presidency: An Inside Perspective, Sarah Wilson

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Confirmation Gridlock: The Federal Judicial Appointments Process Under Bill Clinton And George W. Bush, John Anthony Maltese Apr 2003

Confirmation Gridlock: The Federal Judicial Appointments Process Under Bill Clinton And George W. Bush, John Anthony Maltese

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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

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The Supreme Court Of Canada: Its History, Powers And Responsibilities, Frank Iacobucci Apr 2002

The Supreme Court Of Canada: Its History, Powers And Responsibilities, Frank Iacobucci

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Appellate Review Of Multi-Claim General Verdicts: The Life And Premature Death Of The Baldwin Principle, Ryan Patrick Phair Apr 2002

Appellate Review Of Multi-Claim General Verdicts: The Life And Premature Death Of The Baldwin Principle, Ryan Patrick Phair

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Objective Analysis Of Advocacy Preferences And Prevalent Mythologies In One California Appellate Court, Charles A. Bird, Webster Burke Kinnaird Apr 2002

Objective Analysis Of Advocacy Preferences And Prevalent Mythologies In One California Appellate Court, Charles A. Bird, Webster Burke Kinnaird

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Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Thomas Rex Lee Oct 2001

Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Thomas Rex Lee

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Rex E. Lee had a gift for befriending everyone he met. This gift allowed him to treat oral arguments as a conversation with a friend. This approach led to a successful and influential career as an oral advocate.


Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, H. Reese Hansen Oct 2001

Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, H. Reese Hansen

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Rex Lee had the daunting task of opening a new law school. He carried this burden with minimal experience in legal education. Lee used his gift for making everyone that he met feel like a close friend to recruit an exceptional faculty. An impressive student body followed. The Brigham Young Law School is now a greatly respected institution thanks to the path that Rex Lee paved.


Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Francis X. Beytagh Oct 2001

Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Francis X. Beytagh

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Rex E. Lee lived a distinguished life as an advocate and educator. He clerked for Justice Byron White and then went on to private practice. He became founding dean of Brigham Young Law School and moved the program flawlessly through the accreditation process. Lee then moved on to become an Assistant Attorney General before Solicitor General of the United States. Lee's respect for the tradition of the independence of the office of Solicitor General ultimately cost him his position as Solicitor. Lee went on to live an active and successful life before succumbing to cancer.


Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Dallin H. Oaks Oct 2001

Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Dallin H. Oaks

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Rex Lee was a talented pupil and obvious choice to be the first dean for the new Brigham Young Law School. Lee maintained a balanced life and devotion to his faith all through his life.


Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Rodney K. Smith Oct 2001

Tribute To The Honorable Rex E. Lee Solicitor General Of The United States 1981-85, Rodney K. Smith

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Rex Lee lived a life of faith. He had faith in the legal profession, faith in the United States Constitution, faith in education, faith in family, and faith in God.


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

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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.


The Evolving Role Of The State Solicitor: Toward The Federal Model, James R. Layton Oct 2001

The Evolving Role Of The State Solicitor: Toward The Federal Model, James R. Layton

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A state solicitor gives an attorney general a specialist to turn to for appellate advice. The solicitor's ability to influence what position the state takes and what cases to pursue allows the solicitor to affect the development of law. The number of states with solicitors has grown from eight to twenty-four since 1987. Despite the similarities between state solicitors and the Solicitor General of the United States, there are many differences between the two roles.