Volume 7 • Issue 2 • 2005

Foreword


Now and Then at the Supreme Court

Nancy Bellhouse May

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Essays


The Best Oral Argument I (N)ever Made

Judith S. Kaye

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What Appellate Judges Do

Rick Sims

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Supreme Court Advocacy: Acquiring the Necessary Expertise


Preface

David C. Frederick

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Go East, Young Lawyers: The Stanford Law School Supreme Court Litigation Clinic

Pamela S. Karlan and Thomas C. Goldstein

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Dress Rehearsal: The Moot Court Program at Georgetown Law Center's Supreme Court Institute

Gregory J. Langlois

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Avoiding Missteps in the Supreme Court: A Guide to Resources for Counsel

Charles A. Rothfeld

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Articles


American State Appellate Court Technology Diffusion

Roger A. Hanson

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Finality Versus Consistency: Does Investor-State Arbitration Need an Appellate System

Ian Laird and Rebecca Askew

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Incivility and Unprofessionalism on Appeal: Impugning the Integrity of Judges

Steven Wisotsky

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Developments and Practice Notes


Pre-Argument Settlement at the Michigan Court of Appeals: A Secret Too Well Kept

Jeremy L. Fetty

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What's the Difference? Comparing the Advocacy Preferences of State and Federal Appellate Judges

David Lewis

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