Handbook of Appellate Advocacy
West Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1993 - Law - 101 pages
This volume is designed to assist the inexperienced advocate to write a persuasive brief within a predetermined framework. As a handbook, certain subjects have been treated in a cursory manner, and throughout the book reference is made to other sources. This third edition includes streamlined and simplified text in keeping with the continuing trend towards clearer and simpler legal writing. The first chapter deals with preparation prior to writing a brief. Chapter Two discusses the elements of an appellate brief.
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