Winning on Appeal. Period.

Whether you’ve won or lost in the trial court, pivoting successfully from trial court to appellate litigator can make the difference between losing and winning your appeal. This course guides you through the strategic decisions you need to make and the practical steps you need to follow to brief, argue and win your next appeal.



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California

Credit Type: General (Participatory)

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

New York

Credit Type: Skills (Both (New & Exp Attys))

Total Credits: 0.5 hours

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Peter Afrasiabi
Partner
From his battles with Madonna over the “Material Girl” brand to protecting artists and inventors, Variety Magazine has named Peter a Top Intellectual Property and Entertainment lawyer. A legal commentator on NBC, CBS, the Wall Street Journal and on national radio programs, Peter is also a Faculty member at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and a recognized “Super Lawyer.” His recent book Burning Bridges has been an Amazon Top Seller and has received widespread acclaim for its account of the serial trials against labor leader Harry Bridges. Peter has particular expertise in appellate litigation. He is Director of the Appellate Litigation Clinic at the University of California Irvine, School of Law and previously founded the Appellate Litigation Clinic at Chapman University School of Law. He has litigated scores of high-profile federal appeals before the federal Circuit Courts of Appeals, personally arguing over two dozen with a high success rate. Peter regularly provides CLE on appellate and intellectual property law to various bar groups, Westlaw and other video providers, and his “Winning on Appeal” CLE has received national acclaim from lawyers.
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