Depending on how deep you delve into the impact technology has had on appellate litigation over the past 15 years, nothing has changed, and yet everything has changed.

Today, as in the past, appellate briefs printed on paper are submitted to courts, along with multivolume appendices, also printed on paper. That mass of paper is then shipped to appellate judges assigned to decide the case.

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