|Statement||by Edward D. Re.|
|LC Classifications||KF251 .R4 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 472 p.|
|Number of Pages||472|
|LC Control Number||73011059|
Explores the constructs of solid brief writing and oral argument, and provides exercises in preparing a persuasive document as well as an effective and convincing oral argument. Coverage includes: the decision to appeal, technicalities of the appeal, a primer on persuasion, preparation and writing the opening brief /5(3). It also has become a popular desk reference on how to write an effective brief and deliver a persuasive oral argument. In this long-awaited Second Edition, Ruggero J. Aldisert, a forty-year veteran of the federal appeals bench, fundamentally reorganizes the by: 3. Sound persuasive theory is developed. Preparation for and writing the opening, answering, and reply briefs, including examples follows. Preparation and presentation of the oral argument with examples concludes the appeal and post-argument procedures such as post-argument Cited by: 2. Leading the readers through each step of the legal writing and oral argument process, this book highlights and addresses the nuances of trial practice. Written by a veteran judge and lawyer, it includes a section on legal writing, and integrates information on electronic legal research.
Presentation of oral argument: Generally: Effective public speaking and oral argument: ABC\'s of oral argument ; Think of the court ; Addressing the court ; Respectful attitude toward court ; The voice of the advocate ; The demeanor, \"habits,\" and appearance of the advocate ; Advocacy and emotion -- 4. A Brief Guide to Brief Writing by ISBN: Publication Date: Briefs are a combination of legal reasoning and good story-telling. It is very important to be able to construct a persuasive legal argument in support of a client s case while telling the client s : Louis Rosen. INTRODUCTION The first edition of this Handbook was written in the early 's by Kenneth L. Gillis, who is now a Circuit Court Judge in Cook County. The Handbook was later expanded by Robert E. Davison, former First Assistant Appellate Defender and Circuit Court Judge in Christian Size: KB. Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner’s short little handbook, Making Your Case, on persuading judges is a great asset for any lawyer. The first half focuses on general rules of argument and brief writing, while the second is centered around oral argument.
arguments, you should not read from your brief; 10 nor should you write out your oral argument in its entirety and think that you should read from it or even consider that you will be able to memorize it. 11 The oral argument is constant interchange of ideas between the bench and the advocate. Therefore, you want to maintain as much eyeFile Size: 83KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Re, Edward Domenic, Brief writing & oral argument. [Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.]: Oceana Publications, Oral Argument Outline 1. Remember: a. Oral arguments start when the panel enters the room (or you enter the room). You are “on” from the moment the panel has the opportunity to see you. Similarly, you are not finished with your presentation until the panel can no longer see you. b. Your presentation is a CONVERSTATION with the court. Size: 81KB. Law Students' Manual on Legal Writing and Oral Argument: Successor Volume to Brief Writing and Oral Argument avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5(2).