Note: This product is for the print edition of Appealingly Brief: The Little Book of Big Appellate Tips (Or How to Write Persuasive Briefs and Excel at Oral Argument).
As an appellate advocate for the better part of 25 years, Daniel J. Klau has collected many pearls of wisdom on brief writing and oral argument from great appellate judges and lawyers, including former Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Ellen Peters (for whom Attorney Klau clerked in 1990-1991); retired Justice David M. Borden; and the late Hon. Mark R. Kravitz—Attorney Klau’s mentor and Wiggin & Dana LLP’s resident appellate guru prior to his federal judgeship.
In his aptly titled book, Appealingly Brief: The Little Book of Big Appellate Tips (Or How to Write Persuasive Briefs and Excel at Oral Argument), Attorney Klau shares his many years of appellate experience in 37 specific tips, many with multiple sub-tips, pointers, and suggestions for improving appellate brief writing and oral argument skills.
This product is also available for purchase in a PDF edition and a combination package of both the print and PDF editions.
Author: Daniel J. Klau
Spiral-bound: 89 pages
Publication Year: 2015
Size: 9 in. x 6 in.