Sunday, March 12, 2006

Brevity enjoined as the hallmark of good appellate writing

Ray explains here that one judge speaking at the DRI Appellate Advocacy seminar estimated that he and his colleagues must each of them read 1,000 pages of briefs per day.

Unrelated to this, I note that with Ray Ward, Steve Dillard, et al., in Arizona this weekend for the DRI meeting - it rained. Coincidence?

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