BMO’s Ellie Neiberger recently published an article in Appellate Issues, the ABA Council of Appellate Lawyers’ Quarterly Journal, on the impact the current digital age has had on presenting oral arguments.
Studies show a growing number of judges are limiting the amount of time for oral arguments and that more and more briefs are being read online. Electronics can impact everything from the potential distractions while reading, to how quickly individuals are able to read electronically versus in print.
Beyond explaining how electronics have impacted the way many judges read appellate briefs, Neiberger outlines key steps attorneys can take to make their case given this new dynamic. To read more click HERE.