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Effective appellate advocacy requires more than just a well-written brief. This course will instruct the participant on appellate fundamentals (both practical and theoretical) applicable to any state or federal appeal. Mastery of these universal fundamentals will allow the participant to present their client’s case more persuasively to an appellate panel and better their chances of success.
W. Aaron Daniel, Esq.
June 18, 2019
Key concepts include:
Practical instruction will be given on:
I. Foundational Appellate Principles
a. Preface: The Role of Appellate Courts within the Judicial System.
c. Presumptions and Standards of Review.
d. The Record
e. Preservation and Types of Error
II. Appeals in Practice
a. Initiating Appeal
b. Identifying and Prioritizing Issues for Appeal.
c. Writing Briefs for Today’s Appellate Judges.
d. Preparing for, and Participating in, Oral Argument.
e. The Ethical Appellate Attorney.
f. The Decision Is in, Now What
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