Appeals

Appeals

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Overview
CLE Hours: 
1.5
CLE Credit: 
Substantive
Course Level: 
Intermediate
Fees: 
$45 for Members and $65 for Nonmembers
Start Date and Time (CT): 
Friday, November 1, 2019 - 10:00am
Course Materials: 
Most live webinars include the ability to ask questions during the webinar about the topic, view slides of the presentation and have access to a recording of the webinar.

This webinar presents a study of concepts involving appellate law and practice. It includes:

  • A general overview of the structure of appellate courts
  • An examination of jurisdictional issues of appellate courts
  • A discussion of the decision making process of appellate courts
  • A general discussion of current trends in appellate court technology
  • An overview of the use of alternative dispute resolution in the appellate process
  • A discussion of judicial independence and judicial ethics

This webinar covers a wide range of topics relating to appellate law and practice. We will examine technical aspects of appellate practice as well as current academic subjects affecting the functions of appellate courts. While differences exist from state to state and between state courts and federal courts, we will examine general trends in technology and issues of judicial ethics common to all courts. Additionally, the rise in the use of methods of alternative dispute resolution in the appellate process will be examined. Having these concepts in mind will assist the legal professional in preparing for an appeal, and impart an understanding of the importance of issue and evidence preservation. 

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Course Year: 
2019