3 Tips For Appellate Advocacy Amid Pandemic Disruptions

April 13, 2020

As appellate courts across the country have switched to remote arguments in light of COVID-19, and many have even eliminated the filing of physical paper briefs, many appellate advocates are wondering how to adapt their craft to these challenging times. In this article, Ryan Marth and Julie Wang offer three key tips that empower attorneys to handle oral arguments in the age of coronavirus with grace and force.

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