Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Appellate courts: structures, functions, processes, and personnel
1 volume. Updated by new edition.
Using both classic and new cases, Appellate Courts examines theoretical and practical issues arising from the appellate courts’ dual roles to correct trial court error and to generate common law. Its coverage of voluminous appeals cases and the institutional reforms is wide in breadth. Fresh material presents new perspectives on appellate structures, personnel, and procedures—preparing students to practice in the contemporary state and federal appellate courts.