Briefly: How To Get An Extension If You Really Need One

By Eric Magnuson

May 17, 2019

You have a brief due soon in the appellate court. At first you think you have plenty of time, but given how crazy your schedule has been, you are worried that something will pop up and keep you from getting to the brief as you planned. Days go by, and your worst nightmare has now been realized: You have been so busy with other matters, you haven't made the progress on the brief that you had anticipated. What do you do? Of course, you get an extension. Read more about how to get an extension if you really need one. 

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Eric J. Magnuson


Chair, Appellate Practice
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