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Appellate Practice News

Posted on: Feb 28, 2018

Appellate oral arguments really should not be feared. Just the opposite—they are your best, and likely last, chance to persuade the court to accept the position that you have advanced in the appeal.

Nonetheless, if you are worried about making an appellate oral argument, you are not alone. After all, lawyers have been known to faint at the podium during their argument. This article is intended to help you by providing some additional perspectives to the “Twenty Tips” article.

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