A well-crafted brief will frame the facts and legal issues of a case in the manner most favorable to your client; will educate the justices about the relevant facts and law; and will lead them, inexorably, step by step, to the desired result. Throughout the process, you retain control, determining the extent of my services and approving all documents. View More Testimonials. Contact me.
Counsel Press | The Appellate Experts
Other than lawyers and law school students, few people will ever need to write legal briefs. It is true that familiarity with the format is useful in a number of professions related to the law. However, for the most part, legal brief writing is for the few, even if many people read and are affected by them. Legal briefs are highly technical and highly specific. Negotiating headnotes, understanding the relationship to oral arguments, and composing those as well, is a lot to take care of at once. Fortunately, even Harvard puts ups samples if you are pushing through on your own.
Writing an Appellate Brief
That is where I step in. Since , I have been performing in-depth research, brief-writing, pro se legal work and litigation analysis for small firms in all areas of inter alia litigation. I have assisted clients in preparing for and attending high-stakes federal entertainment law litigations from inception through pretrial briefing, motion practice and trial.
We offer appellate and major brief writing services. In fact, Firm President Sheryl L. Axelrod, has been recognized for her appellate and brief writing skills by, among other ways, being asked by the Pennsylvania Superior Court, to explain Pennsylvania appellate practice to the public on television, and both Firm Partners, Ms. Axelrod and Lisa J.