Original Program Date: October 4, 2013
Available via Video Replay
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Appellate practice is much more than brief writing and oral argument. Effective appellate advocacy requires a thorough understanding of the many jurisdictional and procedural hurdles that arise during an appeal.
This program steps through the appellate process with particular attention to key areas often overlooked by practitioners, including interlocutory appeals, enforcing and staying judgments on appeal, seeking discretionary review in higher appellate courts, and requesting relief in the trial court during an appeal.
- Hear from appellate judges, clerks of court, and experienced practitioners who shed light on some of the most common yet perplexing issues in appellate practice and procedure.
- Gain valuable insight into often-overlooked areas of the appellate process through experienced appellate judges, court clerks, and practitioners.
- Get an overview of recent developments and hot topics in key areas of appellate practice including interlocutory appeals, enforcing and staying judgments on appeal, and seeking relief in the trial court during an appeal.
- Hear tips on effective brief writing and learn how to best position your case for review by the North Carolina Supreme Court and United States Supreme Court.
- Refresh your appellate procedure knowledge and prepare for the State Bar Appellate Practice Specialization examination.
Planned by the NCBA Appellate Rules Committee
- Beginning the Appellate Process and Identifying Appealable Orders
- Enforcing and Staying Judgments on Appeal
- Navigating the Appeal Process—Advice from the Clerks of Court
- Effective Appellate Briefs—Views from the Bench
- Petitioning for Review in the Supreme Court
- Recent Developments and Hot Topics in Appellate Procedure
October 04, 2013 8:55 AM Eastern
7 hours, 20 minutes
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 6.00
Appellate Practice Specialization : 6.00