To date, these posts have covered an appellate brief’s Table of Contents and Table of Authorities; the Statement of the Issues; and the Statement of the Case, including the Statement of Facts. This post one and the next several discuss the brief’s argument section. Continue reading
The last post discussed limits on using story-telling techniques in an appellate brief’s statement of facts. This one covers Steven Stark’s tips on how to write the powerful story. Steven Stark authored the book Writing to Win. In his book, he offers six rules for the strong narrative: Continue reading
Today, “SC Appeals – Tips and News” was included in the ABA Journal’s blawg directory. The directory includes a number of appellate practice blogs from across the country, and contains a search box at the top of any of its pages that allows searches across all of the blogs within the directory. Simply click on the “Blawg Results” tab on the search results page.
It is an honor to be included.