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On Reasonableness: The Many Meanings of the Law's Most Ubiquitous Concept

Jon O. Newman

2021-01-20 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2021 • 1-84

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process Volume 21/Issue 1

2021-01-20 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2021

Clerks in the Time of Coronavirus (With Apologies to Gabriel García Márquez)

Michael Daly Hawkins

2021-01-20 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2021 • 225-229

Remote Oral Arguments in the Age of Coronavirus: A Blip on the Screen or a Permanent Fixture

Margaret D. McGaughey

2021-01-20 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2021 • 163-191

Structuring Appellate Briefs

Thomas L. Hudson

2021-01-20 Volume 21 • Issue 1 • 2021 • 85-103

The Journal of Appellate Practice and Process Volume 20/Issue 2

2020-08-31 Volume 20 • Issue 2 • 2020

The End of an Era? Abolishing the Abstract Requirement for Arkansas Appellate Briefs

Jessie Wallace Burchfield

2020-08-31 Volume 20 • Issue 2 • 2020 • 199-231

May It Please the Court--Or Not: Appellate Judges' Preferences and Pet Peeves About Oral Argument

Margaret D. McGaughey

2020-08-31 Volume 20 • Issue 2 • 2020 • 141-178

"Remarkable Influence": The Unexpected Importance of Justice Scalia's Deceptively Unanimous and Contested Majority Opinions

Linda L. Berger and Eric C. Nystrom

2020-08-31 Volume 20 • Issue 2 • 2020 • 233-325

One of the Good Guys: The Making of a Justice--Reflections on My First 94 Years

Jamal Greene

2020-08-31 Volume 20 • Issue 2 • 2020 • 327-340