Appeal & Review: The Basics - A Print Book (2010)

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SUMMARY
This edition covers the fundamental procedural and substantive areas with which every appellate practitioner—at every level of experience—must be familiar.
DESCRIPTION
1 volume; loose leaf
488 pages
Publication Date: Dec. 31, 2010
Editorial Review Board: Edward J. Harri, Virginia L. Linder, James N. Westwood

A major departure from the previous edition, Appeal and Review: The Basics, covers the fundamental procedural and substantive areas with which every appellate practitioner—at every level of experience—must be familiar. Get answers to questions like these: What are the basic elements of a good brief? What special considerations should be taken into account when appealing criminal, juvenile, or workers’ compensation cases? What factors should be considered when selecting and evaluating issues to appeal? And much more.

This first volume in the Appeal and Review series provides historical and practical context for the answers to your basic questions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Introduction and Guide to the Volume
2 Appellate Jurisdiction
3 Taking an Appeal
4 Special Considerations for Certain Types of Appeal
5 Issue Selection
6 Briefing
7 Oral Argument
8 Motion Practice and the Appellate Commissioner
9 Mediation at the Appellate Level
10 Postdecision Matters in the Court of Appeals
11 Petitioning for Review in the Oregon Supreme Court

Table of Statutes and Rules
Table of Cases
Subject Index

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