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Winning on Appeal: Better Briefs & Oral Argument 2nd Edition
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Told from a judges viewpoint, book is an expose of appellate lawyering from the other side of the bench. -- Alex Kozinski, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
Winning on Appeal is an impressive achievement. Appellate lawyers and judges will profit immensely from consulting it. -- William J. Brennan, Jr., Justice, U.S. Supreme Court (1957-1990)
About the Author
Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert, a prominent author and teacher, has been a U.S. Circuit Judge for 35 years. He took senior status in 1987, and continues to sit frequently with the Third Circuit and, by designation, with other U.S. Courts of Appeals. His books include Logic for Lawyers: A Guide to Clear Legal Thinking (NITA 1997), a guide to using legal reasoning to persuade judges and juries; Winning on Appeal: Better Briefs and Oral Argument (NITA 1996), one of the best texts available on the practical aspects of presenting an appeal; the leading treatise, The Judicial Process (1996), now in its second edition; and the leading text on opinion writing for judges, Opinion Writing (1990).
Judge Aldisert was adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh Law School for 20 years and was a longtime seminar leader for newly selected U.S. Circuit Judges and State Supreme Court Justices.