Tag: Appellate Practice

Notes from ‘An Appellate Practice CLE’ – Part 2: motions for an extension of time, motions for an overlength brief, avoiding delays in appeals, cross-appeals, and more

In a post earlier this week, I relayed notes and practice pointers on Idaho appellate practice gathered from An Appellate Practice CLE, held on October 9, 2015. Here are some additional notes from the CLE: First motions for an extension of time to file a brief are granted 99.99% of the time. Typically, extensions are … Continue Reading

Notes from An ‘Appellate Practice CLE’ – Part 1: electronic filing, average times for disposition of civil appeals, amended judgments, and more

On October 9, 2015, the Idaho Appellate Practice Section (IAPS) and the University of Idaho College of Law hosted An Appellate Practice CLE in Boise, Idaho. Steve Kenyon, the Clerk of the Idaho Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, spoke on a variety of matters concerning appeals before Idaho’s highest courts. Here are some updates, … Continue Reading

Idaho Appellate Practice Section releases Idaho Appellate Handbook

On October 9, 2015, the Idaho Appellate Practice Section released the fourth edition of the Idaho Appellate Handbook. The Handbook contains 14 chapters focused on Idaho appellate practice. It is provided as a searchable PDF with hyperlinks to statute, rule, and case law citations. The Handbook’s chapters are: CHAPTER I         Introduction to the Idaho Appellate … Continue Reading

The August Edition of The Advocate Focuses on Appellate Practice

The Idaho State Bar recently published the August edition of The Advocate. The August edition was sponsored by the Idaho Appellate Practice Section and includes the following articles on appellate practice: To Appeal or Not Appeal: That is the Question, by Christine Salmi The Benefits of Engaging an Experienced and Skilled Appellate Lawyer, by Christopher … Continue Reading
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