The California Appellate Law Webpage is divided into the following areas:
Appellate Practice Information
This section is designed for both clients involved in an appeal and lawyers doing appeals. It covers all aspects of appellate practice in California, including the following:. What is an appeal? What is an appellate writ? How long does the appellate process take in California? What can be done after a loss on appeal? More technical topics include sections on post-trial motions, the notice of appeal, designation of record, briefing, oral argument, depublication, petitions for rehearing, and petitions for review.
Judicial and Court Profiles
This sections includes information about the California Supreme Court, the Courts of Appeal, and the justices on the courts.
E-mail Discussion Lists
CounselWeb sponsors a California appellate law e-mail discussion list. This section contains information about this list, other appellate law discussion lists, and other legal lists.
Links to other legal sites.
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General Appellate Law Website
The general appellate law website covers appellate law issues of general interest to lawyers and non-lawyers involved in appeals. If also contains links to appellate lawyers and appellate websites in other states and the federal circuits.
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