Legal writing can be simple, explosive, dynamic, and actually interesting. It is one of the most important parts of our craft. Writing can be empowered through engaging language, a good narrative strategy, streamlined structure, and the employment of effective visual devices - all of which can add considerable force to what you have to say.
Experienced appellate attorney Erica Dubno discusses the art of legal writing. The techniques suggested here can be utilized in any form of legal writing from letters to appellate briefs. This course is relevant for civil and criminal practitioners at all levels.
Erica T. Dubno worked with Herald Price Fahringer for 20 years. She is one of the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Erica Dubno has received awards for her appellate advocacy and, together with Mr. Fahringer, has drafted criminal and civil appeals in the federal Courts of Appeals for the Second, Third, Fourth, Eighth and Ninth Circuits, as well as the United States Supreme Court, and in the New York Court of Appeals.
She has co-authored numerous articles with Herald Fahringer, as well as book reviews for the New York Law Journal. Erica Dubno graduated from Oberlin College and Brooklyn Law School with honors.
She was great
Ms. Dubno always presents a great CLE and continues the mantle of Mr. Fahringer who is missed. A must see for anyone who writes appellate briefs.
Excellent presentation slides.
Terrific course peppered with useful and relevant examples taken from actual cases. Another zinger from Lawline!
Very informative lecture. Even after all these years of legal writing I was able to learn some new things. Thanks for offering this course and presenter.
Repeats prior course.
Great presentation and materials