Fall 2018 • Law 610 • Credits: 1
Instructor: Suzanne Rowe
Effective appellate advocacy requires counsel to research complex legal issues, structure legal arguments, write persuasively, and respond to judgesÕ questions in oral argument. Students will work on each of these skills, while reviewing multiple appellate briefs.
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