The annual Judicial Conference of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Sun Valley, Idaho, grappled with ways to get more courtroom training for young lawyers in an era of vanishing trials.

In the process, they raised a call for more use of a little-known 9th Circuit rule that guarantees young lawyers, whose firms accept a pro bono appellate appointment, an oral argument opportunity before a circuit panel.

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