Better Brief Writing, Better Litigation Results-Downloadable Recording
Do you call your client an “alien” and DHS “the government” when you write a brief? Can you name 10 rules of statutory construction? Do you hide in footnotes instead of the text of the brief? Do you include an appendix to the brief? It’s a fact that most Board appeals and petitions for review are decided on the briefs, without oral argument. This panel will address ways to maximize your chances of obtaining better litigation results through better brief writing.
- Watch Your Language!
- Preserving Arguments in the Opening Brief
- Arguing the Record
- Top 10 Rules of Statutory Construction
- Framing Due Process Claims
- Maximizing the Appendix
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