From the 2009 News Archive
Appellate Advocacy Discussion Highlights Myerowitz Celebration
The Moot Court Board presents a dinner discussion to close the 2009 Morris Brown Myerowitz Moot Court Competition.
"Appellate Advocacy: Legal Specialty or Legal Necessity?"
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Appellate Judges have long criticized some lawyers’ attempts to transition from the trial to appellate level on behalf of their client. With appellate law becoming an increasingly necessary component of any legal strategy, the need to understand the differences between litigation and appellate advocacy has never been more important.
Come hear our panelists weigh in with their professional and personal insights on the changing nature of appellate advocacy and the need for the legal profession to address these changes.
The Hon. Albert J. Matricciani, Jr. ’73
Judge, Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Kevin Arthur ’87
Kramon & Graham PA
Jessica V. Carter ’92
Office of the Attorney General
Criminal Appeals Division
U.S.Department of Justice
Peter Nothstein ’05
Associate, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP
RSVP to Monique Lee
or call 410-706-2070 to make your reservation.