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One-Liner of the Seminar Regarding the Goals of a Cert. Petition.

Posted in Supreme Court of Georgia, Writing

Last weekend, I chaired a two-day seminar on appellate and habeas practice. GACDL hosted the seminar at my alma mater, the Georgia State University College of Law. I’m jealous of their new building. We didn’t exactly have it tough at the old Urban Life Building, but the new kids are lucky to be in such… Continue Reading

E-filing in the Georgia Court of Appeals versus the Supreme Court

Posted in Georgia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Georgia

I have been E-filing in the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court since both courts started offering it. I can’t tell you enough about how great it is to be able to upload a pdf rather than do all of the other archaic stuff that is involved in paper filing a brief…. Continue Reading