Appellate Advocacy: Procedure and Issue Identification [webinar]

Appellate cases can be lost before they begin when attorneys fail to follow the unique and sometimes complex procedural rules and the impact of a case decision can rise and fall on the identification and framing of the issues. This webinar focuses on understanding the arc of an appeal from case assignment to conclusion to help attorneys avoid some of the major procedural pitfalls and provides practical advice on navigating the appellate process.


It also addresses how to read a record to identify and develop issues and how to select which of those issues to pursue to maximize desired positive outcomes for the client.

Presented by Catherine French Zagurskie, Virginia Indigent Defense Commission; Peter Goldberger (Ardmore, PA); and Steven Morrison, University of North Dakota School of Law (Grand Forks, ND)

Part II: Persuasion   Part III: Ethics of the Attorney-Client Relationship

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