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For many lawyers, the first exposure to the appellate process occurs in a law school legal research and writing course, in the form of an assignment to prepare an appellate court brief and present oral argument before a panel of lawyers and academics filling the role of judge. If your law school was like mine, students were put in groups of two, with each team member representing the same client but also being responsible for addressing a distinct issue in the case.

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