Over the course of our combined many years on the appellate bench, we’ve observed a lot and come up with a number of tips for appellate advocates. Almost all apply whether the arguments are before the Connecticut Supreme Court or the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit or any other appellate court. The only significant differences between arguing before the Connecticut Supreme Court and the Second Circuit are related to the shorter argument times allowed at the Second Circuit.

We are also providing some particular advice at the end of this article for remote arguments now required by the appellate courts.

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