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Appellate Advocacy: Strategic Choices in Trial Courts, Discretionary Review Proceedings

Recorded on: Apr. 21, 2017
Running Time: 00:55:01

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Taken from the Web Program Appellate Advocacy 2017 recorded April, 2017 in New York.

Appellate Advocacy: Strategic Choices in Trial Courts, Discretionary Review Proceedings [00:55:01]

Strategic Choices

  • Making strategic choices and issue preservation in the trial court
  • How is each type of objection preserved?
  • Working with trial counsel

Scott A. Chesin

Seeking and Opposing Discretionary Review

  • Advocacy strategies for seeking and opposing discretionary review in the courts of appeals (interlocutory appeals, rehearing)
  • Certiorari practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and other courts of last resort
  • The role of amici curiae

Rachel S. Bloomekatz

Presentation Material

  • Strategic Choices and Issue Preservation in the Trial Court
    Scott A. Chesin
  • Remarks on Appellate Advocacy
  • Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States
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Rachel S Bloomekatz ~ Gupta Wessler PLLC
Scott A Chesin ~ Mayer Brown LLP
Mark D Harris ~ Proskauer Rose LLP
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