Recommended Titles and Treatises
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The how-to-win appeal manual : winning appellate advocacy in a nutshell
342 pages. Updated by new edition.
A judge's view of what constitutes a winning appeal. Written by Ralph Adam Fine, a Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge for over 20 years, The How-to-Win Appeal Manual gives practitioner insight into the court's thought process on appellate decision making. With numerous "how to" chapters, Fine directly addresses the difficulties faced by practitioners and offers insider advice on how to overcome obstacles in the appellate process.