Category Archives: A Lawyer’s Work

Writing an Appellant’s Opening Brief in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

My opening brief can be 30 pages long, 14 point type, double-spaced, margins 1 inch on all sides.  Footnotes have to be in 14 point type too.  I have been working on the brief for some time. I have tried … Continue reading

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I am a “county seat lawyer”

About 1950, Supreme Court Associate Justice Robert H. Jackson, give us the image of a lawyer, who existed, and who did his work for his clients in the county jurisdictions of the states across the continent.  That knowledge, that idea, … Continue reading

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