“A gold mine of practical suggestions and down-to-earth wisdom for dealing with each of the many aspects of an appeal.”
– George C. Pratt, Circuit Judge (Retired) of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
How to Handle an Appeal gives you the winning edge at every stage of the process — from preserving points for appeals and perfecting appeals, to drafting persuasive briefs and delivering compelling oral arguments, to protecting clients’ interests after the decisions. It stresses crucial technical issues that attorneys often overlook, including how to:
Featuring a 14-page appellate checklist, sample forms, and model briefs, How to Handle an Appeal shows you how to identify and spotlight your strongest arguments, overcome the weak aspects of your case, and more.