A Practical Guide To Appellate Advocacy

Author: Mary Beth Beazley
Editor: Aspen Law & Business
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Mary Beth Beazley s highly regarded A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, Third Edition, is a comprehensive student-focused guide to writing appellate briefs. Written in an understandable, direct writing style, this concise paperback s effective structure centers on a four-point approach to writing and breaks each point down into key elements that are then treated in-depth. This accessible paperback: provides a complete introduction to the techniques and process of writing appellate briefs emphasizes the process approach to writing, beginning with large-scale issues such as content and organization, moving to smaller-scale issues such as signals to the reader, and ending on the smallest-scale concerns of format and polishing methods includes an appendix with four sample briefs with annotations that identify strengths of the brief and/or why the writer chose a particular technique shows students how to effectively use abstract formulas such as IRAC or CREXAC when they are writing teaches students how to revise and improve their work by using the self-graded draft Improvements to the updated Third Edition include: Chapters have been reorganized to separate motion briefs from appellate briefs to allow professors to assign focused readings more easily The section on standards of review for a motion to dismiss has been updated to reflect Supreme Court decisions in Twombly and Iqbal Enhanced and refined discussions of: How to write effective topic sentences arguing that a rule does or does not apply to the case Using introductory material effectively to set the stage for the argument How to "harvest" arguments from non-mandatory courts How and where to deal with opponent's arguments A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, Third Edition, offers practical advice with specific techniques that encourages students to develop new skills and greater confidence.

A Practical Guide To Appellate Advocacy

Author: Mary Beth Beazley
Editor: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454847646
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A new edition of Beazley's accessible and successful coursebook for appellate advocacy. Features: New material on the impact technology is having on appellate advocacy, the research for which includes interviews with both judges and clerks Tips on time management Material on the narrative theory has been expanded and clarified with syllogisms that use narrative theory New discussions on avoiding plagiarism in law school and malpractice in practice that also note the differences between academic misconduct and professional misconduct when it comes to legal writing

Author: Mary Beth Beazley
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ISBN: 9787800737510
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本书内容涵盖了上诉状书写的全过程:受众分析、上诉实践的概括、再审的标准、上诉状的书写技巧、查阅案件记录、法庭调查中的运用技巧和进行有效辩护的方法等。

A Practical Guide To Appellate Advocacy Third Edition

Author: Mary Beth Beazely
Editor: Aspen Publishers
ISBN: 9780735596177
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Mary Beth Beazley's highly regarded A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, Third Edition, is a comprehensive student-focused guide to writing appellate briefs. Written in an understandable, direct writing style, this concise paperback's effective structure centers on a four-point approach to writing and breaks each point down into key elements that are then treated in-depth. This accessible paperback: provides a complete introduction to the techniques and process of writing appellate briefs emphasizes the process approach to writing, beginning with large-scale issues such as content and organization, moving to smaller-scale issues such as signals to the reader, and ending on the smallest-scale concerns of format and polishing methods includes an appendix with four sample briefs with annotations that identify strengths of the brief and/or why the writer chose a particular technique shows students how to effectively use abstract formulas such as IRAC or CREXAC when they are writing teaches students how to revise and improve their work by using the self-graded draft Improvements to the updated Third Edition include: Chapters have been reorganized to separate motion briefs from appellate briefs to allow professors to assign focused readings more easily The section on standards of review for a motion to dismiss has been updated to reflect Supreme Court decisions in "Twombly" and "Iqbal" Enhanced and refined discussions of: How to write effective topic sentences arguing that a rule does or does not apply to the case Using introductory material effectively to set the stage for the argument How to "harvest" arguments from non-mandatory courts How and where to deal with opponent's arguments A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy, Third Edition, offers practical advice with specific techniques that encourages students to develop new skills and greater confidence.

Litigation Skills

Author: Ian Murray
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ISBN: 9780947514495
Size: 16,69 MB
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The book is aimed at junior and intermediate lawyers who appear in appeals in the District Court, High Court and to a lesser degree the Court of Appeal. It will provide practical guidance on preparation for and appearing at criminal appeals. It will include chapters about: reviewing files; meeting the client; preparing and filing the notice of appeal; rules for different types of appeal; fresh evidence and trial counsel error appeals; miscellaneous motions; developing the argument; preparing the submissions; preparing the oral submissions; appearing at the hearing; and, reviewing the decision and further appeals

A Practical Guide To Lawyering Skills

Author: Fiona Boyle
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135327696
Size: 19,97 MB
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Lawyering skills are increasingly part of undergraduate law degrees as well essential elements in the postgraduate vocational law courses, the LPC and the BVC. This fully updated third edition continues to bring together the theory and practice of these skills in an accessible and practical context. The authors draw on their vast experience of law in practice to develop the core skills taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Skills covered include: written communication mediation information technology opinion writing drafting advocacy interviewing negotiation legal research. Each chapter uses diagrams, boxes, lists and flow charts to further explain and develop each skill and ends with a further reading section. A Practical Guide to Lawyering Skills is essential reading for all undergraduate and vocational law students seeking to develop the necessary skills to work successfully with law in the twenty-first century.

A Practitioner S Guide To Appellate Advocacy

Author: Anne Marie Lofaso
Editor: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781604429145
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A Practitioner's Guide to Appellate Advocacy takes you step-by-step through the process of appellate advocacy. With diverse viewpoints from appellate advocates in private practice, government and academia, the book provides practical and expert advice for improving your appellate practice. It also examines the variations among the circuits with a focus on each circuit's geographic jurisdiction, its local rules governing motions, mediation, briefs, oral argument, appendices, and the publication of its decisions.

Practical Guide To Lawyering Skills

Author: Fiona Boyle
Editor: Cavendish Publishing
ISBN: 1843146614
Size: 18,34 MB
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This guide places the theory and practice of lawyering skills in an accessible and practical context. The book looks at how skills are taught and assessed both on undergraduate and vocational courses, and helps students to see skills as an integral element of law.

The Complete Advocate

Author: Ronnie K. Boodoosingh
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1483649229
Size: 17,25 MB
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The Complete Advocate is a comprehensive guide to the advocate from the beginning of a case to its end. This book covers the essential skills needed to perform well as an advocate including research, writing, time management, client interviewing and public speaking. Technical topics such as examination in chief, cross-examination, civil and criminal applications, opening and closing speeches, appellate advocacy, court etiquette, traditions and ethics for lawyers are also examined. The author adopts a practical approach to the topics giving many examples to guide beginner advocates.

Persuasive Written And Oral Advocacy In Trial And Appellate Courts

Author: Michael R. Fontham
Editor: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454828862
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While focused on the appellate setting, Persuasive Written and Oral Advocacy is applicable to all legal writing and speaking, and includes practical guidance for advocacy in federal courts, trial courts, and other situations. Students are given a clear and practical guide to legal writing and oral argument, from the selection of a main theme, to the employment of research, language, and speaking skills that achieve a clear, persuasive legal message. Step-by-step, they learn to organize, prepare, and present winning written and oral arguments. Detailed coverage of trial motion practice as well as appellate practice shows how important it is to consider the judge’s time and perspective when preparing an argument. Concrete examples based on a hypothetical case file are liberally spread throughout the text along with extensive advice for editing Sophisticated, realistic litigation problems in the accompanying Case Files help put principles in practice and allow instructors a great deal of flexibility. Technological developments are explored, including electronic filing, video conference oral arguments, and electronic research. The revised Third Edition presents updated and expanded information on electronic filings as well as rule updates, especially local rule issues, and an updated, two-color design. Features: clear and practical guide to legal writing and oral argument the selection of a main message or theme employment of research, language, and speaking skills achieving a clear, persuasive legal message content is applicable to all legal writing and speaking includes practical guidance for advocacy in federal courts, trial courts, and other settings step-by-step guide to organizing, preparing, and presenting winning written and oral arguments detailed coverage of trial motion practice as well as appellate practice emphasizes consideration of the judge's time and perspective when preparing arguments liberal use of concrete examples based on a hypothetical case file, with extensive advice for editing accompanied by Case Files help put in practice the principles advocated throughout the text sophisticated, realistic litigation problems designed to allow instructors flexibility features technological developments--electronic filing, video conference, oral arguments, electronic research sections on harmless error, changes to Rule 32, and the status of unpublished opinions The revised Third Edition presents: updated and expanded information on electronic filings rule updates, especially local rule issues updated, two-color design