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    A Primer: Writing Compelling Appellate Briefs [CC]

    A Primer: Writing Compelling Appellate Briefs [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    A Primer: Writing Compelling Appellate Briefs [CC]

    The appellate brief plays a critical role in the success of an appeal. Join prominent litigators as they discuss techniques for crafting persuasive appellate briefs.

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    Much of the art of crafting effective appellate briefs is lost due to how infrequently attorneys prepare them. The quality of the appellate brief, not the oral argument, is most often a critical factor in the likelihood of a successful appeal. Thus, educating the court about the client's case requires persuasively framing the issues, factually providing your client's story, and summarizing the argument via a connected theme. This webinar will provide techniques for crafting a compelling appellate brief for favorable rulings.

    Join prominent litigators as they discuss:

    • Knowing the standard of review
    • Presenting a clear and concise argument
    • Persuasively stating the issues
    • Addressing factual findings

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division

    Product Code

    CE2202FSWCAOLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    2/15/2022 12:00:00 AM

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