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LITIGATION Winter 1999 Volume 21 Number 1 20 How to Appeal to an Appellate Judge by Leonard I. Garth I have always been drawn to the analogy expressed by the former great appellate advocate, John W. Davis, who wrote: Supposing fishes had the gift of speech, who would lis-ten to a fisherman's weary discourse on fly casting, the shape and color of the fly, the size of the tackle, the length of the line, the merit of different rod makers, and all the other tiresome stuff that fisherman talk about...

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