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Monthly Archives: February 2011

Lessons I Learned About Doing Appeals from the Georgia Appellate Practice Seminar

Posted in Georgia Court of Appeals, Writing

Every now and again, I attend a CLE that does more than satisfy the hours requirement. Occasionally, there is a seminar where I walk out of the room with a new set of tools to become a better lawyer. Such was the case with the Georgia Appellate Practice Seminar sponsored by the Appellate Practice Section… Continue Reading

Your Opportunity to Ask Appellate Judges About Writing Better Briefs

Posted in News

On February 25, 2011, the Georgia Appellate Practice Section will host a CLE on Appellate Practice at the State Bar of Georgia. The event has something to offer lawyers who practice before Georgia appellate courts, whether the lawyer is a seasoned appellate practitioner or only handles the occasional appeal. The event will cover all the major… Continue Reading