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Message from the Chair: February 2017
Posted on: Feb 17, 2017

Keep up with Appellate Practice Section happenings: take a look at February's message from section chair, Carol Nemeth Joven.

Applications Now Being Accepted to Fill Retiring Justice Rucker's Seat
Posted on: Jan 23, 2017

Justice Rucker's retirement has just been announced, and the Indiana Supreme Court will be accepting applications to fill his seat.

Brevity: A More Effective and Appreciated Means of Appellate Advocacy
Posted on: Jan 17, 2017

A recent decision by the Seventh Circuit reminds us that brevity is also a more effective and appreciated means of appellate advocacy. In Pinno v. Wachtendorf, the Seventh Circuit criticized counsel for the verbosity in their appeal briefs.

Jargon, Legalese and the Bluebook: A Conversation with Judge Richard A. Posner
Posted on: Jan 5, 2017

Law student Victor Feraru interviewed Court of Appeals Judge Richard A. Posner for the Huffington Post, questioning him on a variety of topics related to legal writing, legal thinking, and law school. Read the interview here.

Reflections on the Appellate Judges Education Institute Summit: Part 3
Posted on: Dec 21, 2016

Wonder what you missed at the AJEI Summit this year? Take a look at this article written by Brian Karle, one of this year's scholarship winners to attend the summit, for a peek at what you missed.

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