This quick reference guide shows how you can use Westlaw to find expert advice on writing an effective appellate brief, how to search for the legal authority you need to support your argument, how to expand and update your research with KeyCite®, and how to study and learn from the online library of briefs written by other attorneys.
This quick reference guide shows you where to find expert advice on writing an effective appellate brief and developing a successful oral argument, how to search for the legal authority you need to support your contentions, and how to expand and update your research with KeyCite®.
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This work first appeared in 1993. It was most recently revised in the fall of 2011 to take account of changes in the citation rules of a number of U.S. jurisdictions, having been revised the year before to reflect the appearance of the fourth edition of the ALWD Citation Manual and the nineteenth edition of The Bluebook, both published in 2010.