An experienced advocate once remarked that there are three versions of every appellate court oral argument: the one the advocate planned to deliver, the one the advocate actually delivered, and the one the advocate wished he had delivered. To save you from falling into that dreaded third category, appellate litigator Howard J. Bashman offers his insights on some key processes and pitfalls.
Making the Most of Appellate Oral Argument
Special to Law.com
October 30, 2006
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